Vinho Verde Wine

This region in northern Portugal is known for its dry, refreshing, low alcohol and lightly spritzy wines that are consumed very young, a.k.a. “green wine.” It lies north of the Port region, bordering Spain’s Galicia, along the Atlantic Coast (another reason for its name, this is sometimes known as the Costa Verde, or “Green Coast”). The soils there are mostly granite and slate, with the majority of the vineyards grown in granite. This is the mirror opposite of the nearby Douro where slate is preferred over granite. 

Most of the best wines are made from Alvarinho, the same as Spain’s Albariño. However, there are many other indigenous grapes that are also used, including Loueiro, Trajadura, Azal and Pederna. 
– Description from Amanda Schuster

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    The Ponte de Lima Wne Producers Cooperative was launched in 1959 and started producing wine by 19...

  • Casa da Tojeira

    Situated in the recognised Vinho Verde region, in the sub-region of Basto, Casa da Tojeira enjoy...

  • Sogrape - Quinta de Azevedo

    Sogrape was founded in 1942 by Fernando van Zeller Guedes a driven and determined entrepreneur...

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  • Sogrape - Gazela

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  • Gazela

    GAZELA is a soft, light and refreshing Vinho Verde that goes well with life. GAZELA is an uncompr...

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  • Melodia Rosé NV


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    Wine review by joaoamcosta

  • Praia Vinho Verde


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  • Conde Villar Vinho Verde Rose 2012


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  • Boy, good luck.  I have had Txakoli only twice in my life.  Last ... ... idea is to try Portuguese Vinho Verde.  Another excellent seafood wine that has more of the Txakoli characteristics--low alcohol, very dry, crisp.Good luck. &nbs Read More

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  • Quinta Do Ameal Loureiro Vinho Verde 2011


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  • Quinta Do Ameal Escolha 2004


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  • Quintas de Melgaço Qm Alvarinho Vinho Verde 2008


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  • Nobilis Vinho Verde NV


    Most reviews seem to have this one right. Fizzy. High acidity. Interesting. Not complex. But it is enjoyable. Read More

    Wine review by freerangeathlete

  • Time to revive this thread.  Stopped by the market and reloaded, including ... (they make the best selling Vinho Verde, which is not bad, either).  I really wanted a straight Touriga Nacional to try.  Here's the funny thing:  They make a blend with Touriga Nacional and Cabernet and it's a couple bucks cheaper!  Suggests they think the Touriga i... Read More

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  • Casal Garcia Vinho Verde 2012


    Delicious white wine. So refreshing with notes of lime, grapefruit peel and peach pits. Crisp and clean with a nice acidic finish. Goes great with shrimp. Such a steal for $6.99. I'm going to stock up on this one for next summer Read More

    Wine review by mrsrhampton

  • It's an inexpensive one and only applies to UKers, but Sainsbury's Vinho Verde is amazing and a steal at only £3.70. Light, pleasant, off dry, but not too sweet.

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