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Spotlight on wines of Portugal

Portugal wines regions

A passion for Portugal

A popular travel destination, Portugal has it all; from medieval castles to small fishing villages and coveted golden beaches. Luckily, there’s no need to travel to the other side of the pond to enjoy its qualitative, accessible and diversified wines.

Vins du Portugal et BBQ : pour tous les goûts.Vins du Portugal et BBQ : pour tous les goûts.

Wines of Portugal
and BBQ:
For all tastes 

Barbecue season is far from over, thankfully. To accompany your grilled anything, set your sights on wines of Portugal. 

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Classic wine and food pairings, festive occasions, wine suggestions; let us tell you all about Portugal.   

Overview of its main regions 

It’s impossible to talk about Portugal without naming Vinho Verde or Port, but the wine offer is much wider and oh so diverse. Discover the characteristics and beauty of each region. 

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Vinho verdeVinho verde

Located in the northwest of Portugal, the Vinho Verde appellation is one of the best known in the country. It produces wines of great vivacity, sometimes slightly sparkling that are particularly appreciated as an aperitif. 


The region is mostly known for Port, but more and more it’s the quality of its dry red and white wines that has people talking. The breathtaking vineyards of the Upper Douro Valley are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 


Surrounded by mountains on all sides, this region in home to vineyards scattered through pine forests at altitudes of up to 1,000 meters. Dão wines are appreciated for their accessibility both in terms of profile and price.


Located along the Atlantic coast, Lisboa is the region that encompasses, you guessed it, the capital that is Lisbon. It is made up of nine denominations of origin including some of the most productive and heterogeneous areas of the country.  


Located in the heart of the country, just east of Lisbon, this region is criss-crossed by the Tagus River. Beyond its wine production which supplies the capital, it is also known for its olive groves and cork forests. 

Península de SetúbalPenínsula de Setúbal

The peninsula is the birthplace of the famous Moscatel de Setúbal, one of Portugal's best-known wines. The climate of this region is very Mediterranean, with hot and dry summers and slightly rainy winters.  

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