Alentejo Wines

The Alentejo is one of the largest wine regions of Portugal, where the view is lost in that vast plains are only interrupted by small hills. This warm and dry region benefited from numerous investments in the wine sector which resulted in producing some of the best Portuguese wines and consequently the international recognition of Alentejo wines.

The Alentejo is one of the largest wine regions of Portugal, where the view is lost in that vast plains are only interrupted by small hills. This warm and dry region benefited from numerous investments in the wine sector which resulted in producing some of the best Portuguese wines and consequently the international recognition of Alentejo wines.

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  • White

    The most important white grape varieties in the region are Roupeiro, Antão Vaz and Arinto.

    White wines from Alentejo DOC are usually soft, slightly acidic, with tropical fruit aromas.

  • Rose

    Rosé wine is a type of wine that has pink coloration, intermediate between reds and whites. This color can range from a pale orange to a vivid purple, depending on the grapes used and fermentation techniques. Rosé is the result of the fermentation of juice or must extracted from black or red grapes in which there is a short contact of the bark with the must, in order to attribute a light pink touch of color [1] and a slightly tannic flavor to the drink

  • Red

    The most important red grape varieties Trincadeira, Aragonez, Castelão and Alicante Bouschet (a French variety that adapted itself to Alentejo’s climate) are also important.

    Red wines from Alentejo DOC are full bodied, rich in tannins and with aromas of wild and red fruit.

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