The Portuguese land is a winemaking paradise! Sun, humidity, winds and ocean currents, unique soils and temperature conditions - all this creates extremely favorable conditions for the cultivation of vineyards and wine production. Here, among other things, very rare grape varieties are grown, for example, Turiga Nacional, which cannot bear ripe fruits in any other area of Europe or the New World.
Winemaking originated on the territory of modern Portugal even before our era. It is very significant that it was then, several millennia ago, that the Phoenicians were able to develop varieties that are ideally adapted to the local climate. And these varieties are still cultivated and processed into magnificent wines of Portugal, which are known and loved in many countries of the world.