Why Douro table wines are looking even better (Portugal)

Why Douro table wines are looking even better (Portugal)

Portugal’s Douro Valley is one of the world’s youngest wine regions, for table wines, at least. Although it was the first to receive international demarcation — in 1756, for fortified port wines — only in the early to mid-1990s did wineries there begin making dry, unfortified table wines, reports The Washington Post. In that way, the Douro’s table-wine industry is newer than, say, Virginia’s current wine renaissance.

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