Bucelas Demarcated Region

The unique style of arinto Bucelas wine, has been recognized for centuries. It is thought that the Phoenicians and the Romans already cultivated the arinto. Known by Shakespeare as the “charneco”, became a famous at the English court, by the hand of General Wellington known there as Lisbon hock.

It is produced in the Bucelas demarcated region, created in 1911, within a specific microclimate and an exceptional “terroir”. In these complex wines, with citrus color and fruity flavor and aroma, stand acidity and minerality. For this are greatly appreciated white wines recognized and awarded at national and international level.

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