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The Lisboa region is one of the largest wine regions in Portugal, located just north of Lisbon. The climate is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, with cool temperatures and high humidity, providing ideal growing conditions for a range of grape varieties. The region has a long history of winemaking, dating back to Roman times.
The typical styles of wine found in the region include red, white, and rosé wines, as well as fortified wines. The red wines are made primarily from grape varieties like Touriga Nacional, Castelão, and Aragonês, while the white wines are made from grape varieties like Arinto, Fernão Pires, and Vital. The rosé wines are made from a combination of red and white grape varieties.
One of the most famous wine regions within Lisboa is Bucelas, which is known for its crisp, dry white wines made from the Arinto grape variety. Colares is another well-known sub-region that produces unique, earthy red wines made from the Ramisco grape variety. Additionally, Cercial and Tinta Miúda are two other grape varieties that are commonly used in the region to produce high-quality, unique wines.