In the Lisbon region, a region with a long history in national viticulture, the vineyard area consists of traditional Portuguese grape varieties and the most famous international grape varieties.

A huge variety of wines is produced here, made possible by the diversity of reliefs and micro climates concentrated in small areas of the region.

The Lisbon region, formerly known as Estremadura, is located northwest of Lisbon in an area of ​​about 40 km.

The climate is temperate due to the Atlantic influence. Summers are cool and winters are mild, although the areas furthest from the sea are a little cooler.

Today, wines from the Lisbon Region are known for their good quality/price ratio.

Common grape varieties for red wine, Alicante Bouschet, Aragonez, Castelão, TintaMiúda, Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional and Trincadeira, in addition to the contribution of international grape varieties such as Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah.

The most popular white wines are Arinto, Fernão Pires, Malvasia, Seara-Nova and Vital.


Lisbon region produces many high-quality wines that are exported all over the world. Spanning the Atlantic coast and stretching up to the mountains, this region has a wide variety of grapes adapted to the various growing conditions. For example, the humid and cold region of Óbidos produces incredible sparkling wines, while the dry region of Alenquer produces full-bodied reds.

Considering the diversity and quality of wines from this region, in Lisbon, you will find the right choice to pair on the most diverse occasions.

Red wine for example, pairs with meat and cheeses. White and Rose wine excellent as an aperitif, and also good with fish and salads.

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