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In the 1900s this region was known for its fortified white wines. No, not Port but Portuguese hock!

Today, tastes have changed with the region now producing dry fruity white wines made from Arinto, the main grape of this region. With vines planted on limestone soils, this style of wine generally has hints of lemon and lime.

In the 1900s this region was known for its fortified white wines. No, not Port but Portuguese hock!

Today, tastes have changed with the region now producing dry fruity white wines made from Arinto, the main grape of this region. With vines planted on limestone soils, this style of wine generally has hints of lemon and lime.

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Key Vines

Arinto, Esgana Cao, Rabo de Ovelha.

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