Most of their names are gentle on the ear: trincadeira,
roupeiro, moreto, touriga nacional, periquita. Some sound a little sharper:
antão vaz, aragonês; there's even one called bastardo.
Mean absolutely nothing? A clue is that they are also typically gentle on
the tongue when in liquid form. Yes, they are varieties of grapes, some
red, some white, but all with one...
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