Wine tourism is very fashionable in Portugal due to its many vine varieties and wine regions.
Portugal has 14 wine regions. Its temperate and predominantly maritime climate has a great deal to offer to ambitious vignerons and wine lovers. Along the decades, by retaining their indigenous grapes, Portugal’s winegrowers have been able to maintain a certain uniqueness in their wines.
Vineyards in Portugal covers the hillsides and plains along the whole country, from Minho to Faro. Wine tourism in Portugal it’s not just about knowing the vines and tasting the wines, because innovative tourist complexes have been emerging around the vineyards to give you the opportunity to learn and enjoy using your five senses.
Wineries, restaurants, wine bars, wine routes and modern wine spas with grape-based beauty treatments are just some of the temptations you can encounter on Portugal’s wine routes.
In every style, from effervescent to port, from dry whites to exquisite reds, and in so many diverse ways and thrillingly different flavours, Portuguese wines are unique.
For wine travellers and enthusiasts, Portugal may inspire the curiosity for the unknown, thus, the great English spoken allied to a wonderful weather and hospitality leads us to tell you: “Come for the wine, stay for the food and live the wine country life!”