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Agronómica

Agronómica

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Aroma

Red Fruit

Density

Low

Region

Portugal

Alfrocheiro

Alfrocheiro

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Aroma

Floral

Density

High

Region

Alentejo

Alicante Bouschet

Alicante Bouschet

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Aroma

Balsamic Black Fruits

Density

Balsamic Black Fruits

Region

Alentejo

Aragonez

Aragonez

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Aroma

Red and black fruits, Cinnamon

Density

High

Region

Iberian Peninsula

Baga

Baga

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Aroma

Fresh Red Fruit

Density

High

Region

Bairrada

Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon

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Aroma

Red peppers

Density

Low

Region

Portugal

Castelão

Castelão

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Aroma

Colourful fruit

Density

Medium

Region

Alentejo

Isabella

Isabella

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Aroma

Tropical

Density

High

Region

Azores

Merlot

Merlot

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Aroma

Berries and Coffee

Density

Low

Region

Bairrada, Setubal, Lisbon

Moreto

Moreto

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Aroma

Black Fruit

Density

Low

Region

Alentejo

Saborinho

Saborinho

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Aroma

Strawberry

Density

Low

Region

Portugal

Sousão

Sousão

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Aroma

Dark Chocolate

Density

High

Region

Douro and Vinhos Verdes

Shiraz

Shiraz

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Aroma

Balck Pepper and Blackberry

Density

high

Region

Alentejo

Tinta Amarela

Tinta Amarela

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Aroma

Spicy, Herbal and Fruity

Density

High

Region

Douro and Alentejo

Tinta Carvalha

Tinta Carvalha

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Aroma

Red Fruit

Density

Low

Region

Alentejo

Tinta Miúda

Tinta Miúda

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Aroma

Balsamic

Density

High

Region

Iberian Peninsula

Grape List

Grape List, a direct and informative guide to the grape varieties that are the source of António Maçanita's wines. In this grape list, you will find information on the type, aroma, density and growing region of each grape variety in Portugal.

Most grape varieties used for wine production in Europe are vitis vinifera. In this list of Portuguese and international grape varieties, discover the region of origin and family of each variety. You will naturally find the same variety with different designations, depending on the region.

 

Red Grapes

Red Grapes are planted throughout the Portuguese wine regions. From Castelão to Shiraz and the famous Touriga Nacional, the red grapes have very different leaves, bunches and colours.

The profile of a red wine is heavily defined by the red grape varieties that compose it.

In regions such as Bairrada, it is traditional to use the Baga red grape variety to produce sparkling wines and red wines.

 

White Grapes

White grapes are mainly used to produce white wines. Portugal has a varied composition of white grapes.

Arinto, Roupeiro, Gouveio and many others that make up the wine grape varieties in Portugal.

It will be interesting to explore the white grapes in terms of their planting density and the various synonymy in Portugal.

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