COVID-19 Update – Local Delivery Only

Along with the rest of the country, we have had to change they way we do business while we deal with the effects of the virus. In light of everything that is happening and the restrictions that are in place, we are suspending our nationwide courier delivery service....
What Brexit means for us

What Brexit means for us

The stock market has crashed, the Pound has plummeted and the country is being torn apart. Yep, it’s armageddon!! Or maybe it’s time to open a bottle of Portuguese wine and try not to panic. The future is always uncertain and things tend to work out ok in...
Free Wine…

Free Wine…

Free wine if Portugal wins the Euros. With England crashing out of the European Championships in the usual, humiliating fashion, we have turned our support towards Portugal (sorry Wales). You should too, because if Portugal win the Euros, we are going to give you £50...
Events in October

Events in October

As regulars to our site will know, the Myddleton Road Street Market holds a special place in our hearts. Not only was it the first market we ever did but it has consistently been the most welcoming and fun. There’s a very special vibe as the locals are so friendly and...
Dave and Marina’s wedding

Dave and Marina’s wedding

On the 4th of June 2016 we were delighted to provide the wines for the wedding of Dave and Marina O’Connor – good friends of Drink Portuguese Wine. The wedding was a fantastic event held in the beautiful town São Martinho do Porto on Portugal’s Silver Coast. The day...
Ambassador Pat’s wine adventure day 9-11

Ambassador Pat’s wine adventure day 9-11

Day 9 Pinta Negra I want to take some credit here. I went with Simon and Spike to the London wine fair in April this year and afterwards I insisted they should have this wine on their site, so you could call this the ambassador’s selection! I think my faith has been...
Ambassador Pat’s wine adventure day 6-8

Ambassador Pat’s wine adventure day 6-8

Day 6 Dona Louise Now we’re talking! Lemos are my favourite vineyard of all the ones the guys import from. From the Dao region, this is the area I call the Burgundy of Portugal (in that their wines are as good, but the same quality is a tenner or more less than you...