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Sip exquisitely refined wine and have an unforgettable adventure along the picturesque wine routes in Portugal.  Since wine-making techniques were in place during prehistoric times, tourists can relive a journey back in history and see how wine-making was conducted.

Being that wine is Portugal’s main attraction, it boasts vineyards, cellars, and wine farms.  Experience this and more with these 5 best Portugal wine routes.

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oporto city view

Portugal’s advocate when it comes to wine experiences is the well-known Port wine route. Excite your taste buds with vintage Port wine.  A favorite among the locals. Explore wineries, such as the Kopke Wine House, Bula Wines, and Churchill’s Lodge.

While touring the wineries, you can taste different Port wines such as Ruby, Tawny, and Branco.

Don’t forget to visit Peso da Règua and discover the historical background on the production of wine. Additionally, the town offers breath-taking views, as well as magnificent thermal spa hotels, along with the winery.


quinta dos termos

Photo credit:  [Quinta dos Termos Winery]

Beira Interior wine route, in Central Portugal, is known for its production of a variety of red, white, and rosé wine.

These wine routes are divided into sub-regions that include Vinhos de Belmonte and Quinta dos Termos wineries.   Here, you can see how wine is produced using local grape varieties.

Castelo Branco and Guarda are two must-visit towns.   Each town offers exquisite dishes, scenic views, and in-depth cultural background.



Located South East of Lisbon, Setúbal Peninsula is a city with abundant nature reserves and wineries.

Start your adventure on this wine route by visiting wineries such as José Maria da Fonseca, Serenada Enoturism, and Herdade da Comporta.  Hence, you can taste some of the oldest wines like Moscatel de Setúbal and the Moscatel Roxo.

For nature lovers, we recommend hiking on the scenic Arrábida hills.  As well as, the Sado Estuary Natural Reserve.


aqueduct bridge in Tomar

On the Ribatejo wine route, you’ll be able to visit wine-producing towns like Tomar, Santarém, and Constância. 

Explore Pinhal da Torre, Casa Cadaval, and Quinta Grande to sample exquisite wine.  Here, you will learn more about the background of wine-making.

Food lovers can discover exquisite Portuguese cuisine by visiting local restaurants


monsaraz-castelo-alentejo wine routes

[Monsaraz Castelo]

Alentejo is a destination for wine and history enthusiasts. Herdade do Esporão and Herdade do Sobroso are historical wine estates that offer scenic and fascinating vineyards.

During the Alentejo wine route, you will pass many beautiful villages and historic towns.  All while on the So Mamede, Historic, and Guadiana route.

Taste the wines of Portugal on a 7-hour tasting tour of Cheleiros and Bucelas, and discover small wine cellars north of Lisbon.

The best way to taste Portugal wine is to take a tour of the Portuguese wine route and enjoy the best that this incredible country has to offer.

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