Profile of Portuguese Wine Regions

Portugal is an exciting destination for wine lovers. Its principal wine regions of the Douro Valley, Dao, and the Alentejo offer evocative landscapes, premium wines, and genuinely friendly hospitality at the wine estates. Learn more about these fascinating wine regions, their incredible history, and local grape varietals.

North Portugal

  • Douro Valley

    At first glance, little has changed in the magnificent Douro, a wine region bathed in history and grandeur. The Douro river winds its twisty path towards central Spain as it did centuries before, over 900km of majestic landscape that, even in the 21st century, appears wild and rugged

Central Portugal

  • Alentejo Wine Region Guide

    Discover the rich flavors of Alentejo wine. From full-bodied reds to crisp whites, explore the vineyards and winemaking traditions of this region unique.

  • Dao Wine Region Guide

    Indulge in the rich and diverse flavors of the Dão wine region in Portugal. Discover the history, vineyards, and wineries with our ultimate guide. Plan your visit now.

  • Setubal Peninsula Wine Region Guide

    The Setúbal Peninsula wine region in Portugal is thought to be the birthplace of the first grapevine in the Iberian Peninsula around 4000 years ago

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