Estoril Wine List








Porta da Ravessa (Alentejo, Portugal)

An Alentejo demarcated quality controlled wine, this red is the largest selling wine in Portugal. It is made from only select high quality grape varieties, most notably the famed Periquita, using the very latest temperature-controlled fermentation techniques. With deep color, clean aromas and flavors, it is lively and young, reminiscent of fresh grapes.



Cistus Reserva (Douro, Portugal)

Aged in French, American, and Hungarian oak for 18 months this wine is full-bodied and complex, with rich aromas of black fruits, cherry and raspberry notes. Enjoy with any hearty meat dish.



Quinta da Mimosa (Setubal, Portugal)

Produced from old vines located in the SetubalPeninsula, south of Lisbon, this is a rich, elegant and concentrated single-vineyard red wine showing all the potential of the red Castelao





Chaminé (Alentejo, Portugal)

Attractive bright red colour with purple edges. Aroma showing perfumed red berry fruits with some smoke and spice complexity. Palate very smooth and round, extremely well balanced, good texture and nice depth of ripe fruit, supple tannins, soft finish. Aragonez 54% (Tempranillo), Syrah 36%, Touriga Nacional 6%, Trincadeira 3 %, Cabernet 1%.



Monte Velho

(Alentejo Region, Portugal)

From Esporão Estate Vineyards, using Alentejo grape varieties, this wine has complex ripe fruit and oak characters; with good depth of fruit on the palate and soft tannic structure.



Grão Vasco (Dão Region, Portugal)

Earthy, spicy flavors. Well-balanced with a smooth finish.



Apothic Red

Intense fruit aromas and flavors of rhubarb and black cherry that are complimented by hints of mocha and vanilla



Bogle Merlot

Silky fruit  flavors of black cherries and ripe plums along with hints of sweet basil



Bogle Cabernet

Irresistible Vanilla and black plum flavor of Full bodied character and touches of toasted hazelnut and spicy clove









Porta da Ravessa (Alentejo, Portugal)

This white is the largest selling wine in Portugal. Using the very latest temperature-controlled fermentation techniques, the Roupeiro grape gives the wine a distinctive lemon/lime undertone, while the Fernão Pires adds spiciness. This white shows intense aroma, full of fruit, elegant and fresh on the palate. Notes of banana and tropical fruit, it has consistency, balance, and a good long finish.



Muralhas de Monçao

Vinho Verde (Portugal)

From Alvarinho and Trajadura grape varieties, this Vinho Verde traditionally is slightly bubbly. Muralhas is a crisp wine, with citrus flavors and appealing green apple and spice notes on the finish.



Aveleda Vinho Verde (Portugal)

Crisp, refreshing taste alternative.



Casal Garcia Vinho Verde (Portugal)

Crisp, biting flavor, slightly carbonated.



Kendall Jackson Chardonnay

Tropical flavors of peach and pineapple balanced with a buttery vanilla character and notes of toasty oak. Full-bodied with a long lingering finish.



Barefoot Moscato

Flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots with citrusy hints of lemon and orange.






Lancers Rosé (Portugal)

Sweet strawberry and peach flavors. Clean finish.



Mateus Rosé (Portugal)

This wine is slightly sweeter than other roses, smooth and elegant.


Beringer White Zinfandel

Stawberry flavors with hints of cherry, citrus flavors, and just the right level of sweetness and a clean finish that leaves that hint of strawberries on your palate.


House Wines by the glass


Porta da Ravessa Red (Alentejo, Portugal)

Porta da Ravessa White (Alentejo, Portugal)

Grão Vasco Red (Dão, Portugal)

Barefoot Moscato White

Sycamore Lane Merlot

Sycamore Lane Cabernet

Sycamore Lane White Zinfandel

Sycamore Lane Pinot Grigio

Sycamore Lane Chardonnay

Apothic Red

Sangria Red

Sangria White

Sangria Pitcher (Red or White)


Porto Wines by the glass (Portugal)


Borges Ruby

Quinta do Noval Tawny

Quinta do Noval 10-year Porto


Madeira Wine by the glass available