The Bairrada region, located in the central coast of Portugal, is made up of clay, limestone, sandy and silty soil. The climate is affected by the Atlantic Ocean and an increased thermal temperature during the grape ripening period.


The defined Dao region was established in 1908. It’s located in central Portugal. The land in this region is mostly infertile, comprised of granitic and various schists. The climate here is moderate, cold and rainy in the winter and hot and dry in the summers.


It’s one of the oldest historically defined wine regions, located in northeast Portugal and extending through the Douro River Valley. The soil is essentially schist, and in some zones, granite. The climate is typically Mediterranean.


Moscatel de Setúbal is a generous dessert wine, rich in the always difficult harmony between sugar, alcohol, and freshness. Made from the “Moscatel de Setúbal” or “Moscatel Roxo” varieties, they are golden in color, with a strong citrus character, sweet and jam.


Palmela is a varietal from the peninsula region of Setubal. It has a millennial history. Production of Palmela red wines include two thirds “must” from the Castelao caste. The predominant castes in the white wines are Fernao Pires, Moscatel and Arinto.


Port wine is a liquer wine. It’s produced in the demarcated region of Douro with particular natural as well as human factors. The production process, based on tradition, includes stopping the fermentation by adding wine brandy, blending and aging.


Situated in central Portugal, this region has a moderate climate. It’s soil is divided into four types: schist in the north, silt in the lowlands flooded by the Tejo River, the clay/limestone deposited in irregular fields, and the sandy left bank of the Tejo River.


The defined vinho verde region extends through the northeast of Portugal. The Atlantic air, mostly granite soil, pleasant climate and elevated precipitation, are conducive to wines with elevated levels of freshness, lightness and elegance.