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A Trip To Portugal: Slik Wines x Argaux

from Portugal


Argaux and Slik Wines of Chicago are coming together for a collaborative Portuguese tasting! Join us virtually on Monday June 14th 6:30 pm CST/ 4:30 PST. Your registration includes the two wines listed below and a zoom link to hop on and sip alongside the sommeliers of both Argaux and Slik Wines. 

**In order to receive your wine in time for the event, RSVP by 5/24/21.

2018 Quinta do Ameal Vinho Verde: 100% Loureiro from the Minho region in Portugal. The locals describe their white wines as “needle point” because of its racy acidity. This little organic gem is raised only in stainless steel. It’s light in body with refreshing notes of tart lemon and lime blossom, underripe pineapple, salty minerality, chives, and subtle, sweet grass notes.

2016 Casa de Mouraz Dao Tinto Blend: A blend of Touriga-Nacional, Tinta-Roriz, Alfrocheiro, Jaen, Água-Santa, Tinta-Pinheira and Baga… a true blend of Dão! Aromas of ripe bramble fruits, black cherries, subtle forest floor and pine needles with deep minerality. Certified Organic & Biodynamic. Currently in conversion to DEMETER, vegan friendly & woman-winemaker!

Out of stock: "2015 Casa de Mouraz Dão Tinto Red Blend", "2018 Quinta do Ameal Vinho Verde Loureiro" doesn't have sufficient quantity in stock.


Tucked away in the western corner of the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal is home to one of the most robust and diverse winemaking scenes in all of Europe. From crisp, spritzy whites to big-boned reds to unctuously sweet fortified wines, there’s really nothing that this small yet fierce country cannot do. Portugal’s viticultural history dates back to ancient times, though its modern commercial presence came about just 300 years ago. Today, two of the country’s winemaking regions, the Douro Valley and Pico Island, are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Although international grape varieties are more easily recognized, Portugal boasts a slew of indigenous varieties amongst its soils, the most popular of which are Touriga Nacional, Baga, Maria Gomes, and Verdelho. The country is divided into 13 major wine-producing regions, ranging from the damp, coastal shores of Minho (Vinho Verde) to the scorching, sun-kissed islands of Madeira. Portugal’s Douro Valley is credited with creating the first wine classification system in the world, long before French and Italian designation structures were implemented. Although Portugal is more frequently lived in its neighboring countries’ shadows, a whole world of delicious, terroir-reflective, and thought-provoking wines to be found in this vivacious Iberian country.

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