Why Portugal's majestic Douro Valley should be on your holiday wish list - via The Telegraph 03-09-2016 | A Unesco World Heritage site since 2001, the Douro is a majestic wilderness, one of the oldest demarcated wine regions in the world, but a surprisingly silent place, apart from three bustling weeks of harvest each autumn.
Port Wineries in Porto, Portugal Via Leave your Daily Hell | October 2012 Among the cities you are sure to visit when you travel in Portugal is Porto. Porto is a famous Portugal travel destination not only because it’s the country’s second-largest city, but also because it is home to dozens of wineries that produce the sweet, delicious port wine native to the region. #Portugal
Quinta De La Rosa Late Bottled Vintage 2008 Port - Luscious and Lovable LBV Port
Quinta De La Rosa Late Bottled Vintage 2008 Port - Luscious and Lovable LBV Port. Fantastic with dark chocolate. $20 #winelover http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2013/03/quinta-de-la-rosa-late-bottled-vintage-port.html