Vinho Verde wine is light and fruity, perfect for a sunny day. I recommend heading to Minho province, It is the ideal place to test out world-class ‘green wines’.
The second-largest producer of Portugal’s wine. Greater Lisbon comprises nine wine-producing sub-regions, each one different from the next.
Is close behind Port wine as the second most iconic fortified wine in Portugal. The wine is kept in steel barrels for three months at a temperature of 40 – 50 degrees Celsius.
Thanks to the area’s temperate climate year-round, it’s also an ideal region for growing grapes. the region is best known for its red wines. Siria, arinto, and many more.
It is classified as a DOC wine region and its wine cultivation history goes back to the Romans times. Dão Valley is surrounded by mountains, So they are protected from harsh weather.
Alentejo produces some of the finest wines in Portugal. One of the main characteristics of the Alentejo wines is full-body and fruit-forward.