Portugal’s Weird, Wonderful Talha Wines Take Center Stage

“The world knows Beaujolais Nouveau,” says Rui Raposo, the president of the municipality of Vidigueira, Portugal. He’s referring to the cult-favorite French wine—the first of every vintage, fermented for just a few weeks before it’s released with a big national party in November—for a reason. His corner of the Alentejo has an equally historic and…

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