Often called "Portuguese Bourgogne" and where nature has been particularly generous.
Surrounded by mountains that protect him from the winds, its green and golden vines are located in terroirs between 400 and 700 meters of altitude.
Located in Beira Alta, in the center North of Portugal, its geographical conditions are excellent for the vineyards, these are cultivated in schist or granite soils and protected from the winds coming from the Atlantic by the mountains of Caramulo, Montemuro, Buçaco and Estrela, giving rise to excellent wines.
The climate is cold and rainy in winter and very hot and dry in summer. Thus, meeting the unique conditions for the production of unique wines.
The main grape varieties in the region are Touriga Nacional, Alfrocheiro, Tinta Roriz, Aragonez, Jaen and Encruzado.