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Is vinho do porto vegan?

Vinho do porto is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is vinho do porto?

Vinho do Porto, also known as Port wine, is a fortified wine that originates from the Douro Valley in Portugal. This unique wine is made by adding brandy to halt the fermentation process, leaving a residual sweetness and higher alcohol content. Vinho do Porto is known for its rich, full-bodied flavor profile and can range from a deep red to tawny in color. It is often enjoyed as a dessert wine and pairs well with strong cheeses, nuts, and chocolate. With over 250 years of history, Vinho do Porto is a true masterpiece of Portuguese winemaking.

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