Portuguese wine has a lengthy and intriguing history, and can trace its roots back to the Roman Empire. It's safe to say that quite a lot has changed since then. Though home to famed fortified wines Port and Madeira, Portuguese wine owes its modern popularity to its excellent still wines. Hundreds of unique grape varieties are native to Portugal, all perfectly adapted to thrive within its wide range of growing conditions. From the hot inland vines of Dao to the cool, coastal Algarve, Portugal has it all. Light whites to fuller reds, and everything in between, Portuguese wine is diverse and exciting with a style to suit everyone.