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Portugal

Portugal

A unique landscape, a heroic viticulture and a legendary wine. We could thus, through this formula, translate the Douro region in Portugal, made famous all over the world by Port, which was both the cradle of wine in the Iberian Peninsula, its qualitative beacon, but not immutable. It is also necessary to talk about the changes that are taking place in this vast wine region of more than 40,000 hectares of vines planted on hillsides shaped by man for centuries. These are wonderful landscapes shaped by the hand of man and which enabled the Upper Douro vineyards to be classified as a World Heritage Site in 2001. The current changes are mainly related to the emergence and development of still red wines, as opposed to mutated wines. What is happening in the Douro is essential but should not obscure the incredible diversity and profound originality of Portuguese vineyards. Whether it is the Dão, sometimes called the "Burgundy of Portugal", with its very distinctive and original wines, the mysterious Colares, the miraculous Carcavelos, the haughty and fascinating Madeira or the distant Azores. Yes, Portugal remains a fascinating wine region because of its history, the diversity of its grape varieties, the beauty of its landscapes and its perspectives. There is no doubt that, having emerged from a legendary past, this vineyard will continue to be the talk of the town in the future, and will be the talk of many oenophiles.

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