Customised Porto Ferreira labels exclusively at vinhoemcasa.com

This Christmas, the store vinhoemcasa.com will be exclusively offering customised labels for Porto Ferreira Tawny, replacing “Ferreira” with the desired name or surname. Whether to be given as a gift, shared with family and friends or to customise your Port Wine at home, this campaign will be available until 23 December.

A special Christmas deserves something unique: your own Port Wine! As a customised touch to your personal wine cellar or as a truly authentic gift, personalised Porto Ferreira Tawny bottles are accompanied by an individual package alluding to this holiday season. Sold exclusively at vinhoemcasa.com and just one click away, this is a practical, fast and user-friendly solution for obtaining a unique souvenir for those closest to us, without leaving home.

At a time when celebrations and gatherings with friends and family are being reinvented, we are all looking for presents that have meaning. Port Wine is already a Christmas classic, but a personalised present from a centuries-old, truly Portuguese brand will have even more impact on those who receive it.

Launched in April, the website vinhoemcasa.com offers a wide selection of products from Portugal’s main wine regions, from Vinho Verde of the Alentejo to the Douro, Dão and Lisbon regions, including the highly acclaimed Port Wine and a selection of spirits. During the holiday season, the website also has a variety of gift ideas, such as packs and special Christmas options.

Buying Portuguese products clearly makes more sense now than ever, but for those still yearning to go other places, vinhoemcasa.com has the solution: a trip through a selection of wines from Spain, New Zealand, Chile and Argentina through the prestigious brands LAN, Framingham, Los Boldos and Finca Flichman.

The website vinhoemcasa.com is a secure alternative for Christmas shopping, with the guarantee that orders placed from home will be managed and delivered in accordance with safety standards and recommendations from the Portuguese Directorate-General of Health.

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