Dispersed between mountainous areas of the Center region, generally at 400 and 700 meters of altitude, you can find the famous vineyards of Dão.
In this region, the second to be demarcated in Portugal in 1908, you will find a great diversity of varieties, such as Alfrocheiro, Bastardo or Touriga Nacional, in terms of red varieties. This diversity, combined with the soil-climatic factors of the region, production techniques employed and the knowledge of its people, results in a wine of great quality and appreciated throughout the country.
In fact, there are many wines to be tasted during your visit to the Dão region, each with its own characteristics.
The reds, velvety and full-bodied, have a complex flavor and aroma of ripe fruit. The whites are soft and fresh, presenting a fruity odor. The rosés, light and refreshing, have a fruity and floral aroma. And, finally, the sparkling, elegant and bubble-thin, are fresh and aroma of fruit.
To taste its various wines and, at the same time, to know a little of the tradition and culture related to the wine production in this region choose one of several Dão Wines.