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  • Richard Hemming MW
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  • Richard Hemming MW
26 Feb 2018

Portugal's Douro Valley continues to revitalise its fortunes via the dry table reds and whites that have proliferated in recent years. Its large variety of native grapes makes it a great place to find wines that are appreciably different to the handful of 'international' varieties that have become so dominant elsewhere. 

This group of…