6 Fruit-Packed Douro Red Wines (Wine Spectator)

Quinta do Vale Meão was in <i>Wine Spectator</i>'s Top 10 of 2014.

James Rajotte

Quinta do Vale Meão was in Wine Spectator‘s Top 10 of 2014.

Portugal’s Douro region is very well known for its bold, luscious dessert wines, but curious wine drinkers would do well to try its dry reds. These wines, typically blends of multiple indigenous varieties, are often rich and dark-fruited. Today’s selection provides a glimpse at what Douro has to offer, in a range of styles and prices. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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