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Alentejo Wine Region

The Alentejo is one of the largest wine regions in Portugal. This region has a relatively smooth and flat landscape that extends for almost a third of mainland Portugal.

Bairrada Wine Region

Region located in the province of Beira Litoral, in central Portugal. The Bairrada region is best known for its sparkling wines, however, the production of red, white and rosé wine is also recognized throughout the country.

Beira Interior Wine Region

It is the most mountainous region in mainland Portugal, comprising some of the highest mountains in the country. In this region, the wines are influenced by the mountain, surrounded by the Estrela, Marofa and Malcata mountains, and by the altitude, with variations between 400 and 700 meters.

Lisbon Wine Region

Previously known as Estremadura, nowadays the Lisbon Region has 9 DOCs: Colares, Carcavelos, Bucelas, Alenquer, Arruda, Torres Vedras, Lourinhã, Óbidos and Encostas d'Aire.

Madeira Wine Region

In Madeira, called the “Pearl of the Atlantic” island, Madeira fortified wine is produced. This wine has an unusual longevity, complex aromas and a distinctive flavor that has gained worldwide notoriety.

Red Wine

Made from red grape varieties, red wine is the most appreciated of all types of wine. Its color varies between ruby and yellowish, and can also be subdivided between: light red wine, medium-bodied red wine and full-bodied red wine.

Rosé Wine

Rosé wine is a wine with low alcohol content, ideal for the hottest summer days, as it is light and has little acidity. It is very versatile when it comes to pairing with food, because it can be combined with stronger or softer foods.

Setúbal Peninsula Wine Region

With a total area of about 9500 hectares of vineyards, the viticulture of the Setúbal Peninsula is the sum of many parcels spread over 13 municipalities. It is in this region that one of the best known wines in Portugal is produced: the Moscatel de Setúbal.

Távora-Varosa Wine Region

The Távora-Varosa wine region was the first demarcated sparkling wine region in Portugal. The vineyard area, with about 2100 hectares, covers the municipalities of Lamego, Tarouca, Moimenta da Beira, Armamar, Tabuaço, São João da Pesqueira, Sernancelhe and Penedono.

Trás-os-Montes Wine Region

The region of Trás-os-Montes is located in the North East of Portugal, and its name “Trás-os-Montes” means “beyond the mountains”. In addition to vines, it produces crops such as rye, barley and potatoes.

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