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Wine Regions
Located in the south area of Portugal, Alentejo is considered one of the biggest and well-known Portuguese regions due to it’s rich, fruity and easy drinking wines, produced under a very hot and dry climate with wide sun exposure throughout the year.
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Setubal JMF
Located south of Lisbon and surrounded by Atlantic Ocean and rivers Tejo and Sado, Setúbal is known by its tourism and large wine farms that helped to build an important role in Portuguese wine history.
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Lisboa e Tejo wine region
This wine region is located north of Lisbon city, an area where the traditional and international varieties mingle to produce a tremendous range of wines from the citric and floral whites, to the aromatic and tannin rich reds.
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dão e bairrada vineyards
Located in the center north of Portugal (Beira Alta), Dão is a region protected from the chilly Atlantic winds and severe continental climate, which helps to create the perfect conditions to produce elegant red and white wines with balanced acidity and aroma.
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Douro wine region
Land of the famous Port wine, Douro is also producing world class dry reds, whites and rosés due to the talent of the local winemakers that have learned through times to bring out the best of a unique region recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage.
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vinho verde
Vinho Verde is produced in Portugal’s largest wine region, located in the northwest of the country and bordered at north by the river Minho and at west by the Atlantic Ocean. Intense precipitation and mild temperatures throughout the year contribute to the region’s “green atmosphere”
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Harvesting by cutting grapes from vines at night
September is the period when grape harvesting is in full swing. While grapes are often harvested during the day, the Verdejo grapes (as well as several other grape varieties) that make this wine region famous are being harvested by night.
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