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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
27 Jun 2005

Just like Spain, Portugal is in the grip of a table wine revolution. But unlike Spain it has a vast collection of its own indigenous vine varieties, many of them bursting with individuality and ideally suited to their own particular region. High acidity and tannin are the usual hallmarks of Portuguese reds.

The base of this collection…