Portugal wines

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Portuguese wines are known for their diversity of styles and flavors, ranging from the intense and spicy red wines of the Douro to the fresh and fruity white wines of Vinho Verde. Whether enjoying a robust and elegant red or a refreshing and aromatic white, each glass is an invitation to explore the nuances and complexities of the Portuguese wine landscape.

Types of Portuguese wines

Portuguese red wine

Portuguese red wines are appreciated for their diversity of styles, from the robust and structured to the lighter and fruitier. The Douro, Dão and Alentejo regions are especially known for their red wines, which are usually made with a mix of local and foreign varieties.

Portuguese white wine

Portuguese white wines are fresh, aromatic and full of character. The Vinho Verde, Bairrada and Alentejo regions produce vibrant and refreshing whites, often made with indigenous varieties such as Alvarinho, Loureiro and Encruzado.

Portuguese rosé wine

Portuguese rosés are increasingly popular, especially in regions such as Alentejo and Douro. These wines are usually fruity and light, perfect to enjoy on a sunny afternoon or as an accompaniment to light dishes.

Portuguese sparkling wine

Portugal produces a variety of sparkling wines, from the classic Espumante to sparkling rosé and natural sparkling. The Bairrada and Lisbon regions are known for their production of high-quality sparkling wines.

Featured native grape varieties

National Touriga

Considered the queen of Portuguese grapes, Touriga Nacional is known for its intense color and floral and fruity aromas. It is the main variety used in the production of Port and Douro wines, and is also found in high-quality red wines in other regions.


Originally from the Vinho Verde region, Alvarinho is an aromatic white grape that produces fresh and vibrant white wines with citrus and floral notes. It is the main variety in the production of Monção e Melgaço wines.


Originally from the Bairrada region, Baga is a thick-skinned red grape that produces full-bodied and structured red wines, with firm tannins and refreshing acidity. It is mainly used in cellaring wines that age well over time.


Originally from the Dão region, Encruzado is a high-quality white grape that produces complex and elegant white wines, with aromas of stone fruits and mineral notes. It is a highly valued variety in the production of white wines for aging.

Discover other designations of origin

Spanish wines

When tasting a Spanish wine, you embark on a journey of discovery and delight, where the aromas of ripe fruits, spices and herbs transport you to the sunny and picturesque landscapes of Spain.

Utiel-Requena Wines

Get to know the robust and flavorful red wines, as well as the fresh and aromatic white wines from the Utiel-Requena designation of origin.

Rueda Wines

Delve into the liveliness and freshness of the wines of the Rueda Denomination of Origin, an experience that awakens your senses like the soft breeze on a sunny day. Each sip transports you to the sunlit fields of this enchanting region.

Campo de Borja Wines

With a winemaking tradition rooted for centuries, Campo de Borja wines represent artisanal excellence and refinement. Explore this range of wines and let yourself be captivated by the charm of this captivating appellation of origin.

Wines from La Rioja

DO Rioja wines reflect a long history of dedication and love for the art of viticulture. From robust reds to lively whites and aromatic rosés, each tasting evokes the region's sunny, rolling landscapes.