From the vineyards near the cool and windy Atlantic ocean, to the vineyards in the warm interior.
Often referred to as a land of paradoxes and diversity, the Lisbon region produces a huge variety of wines of different styles with great quality.
Formerly known as Estremadura, it is located northwest of the city of Lisbon in an area of about 40 km.
The climate is temperate due to the Atlantic influence. Summers are cool and winters are mild, although the areas further away from the sea are a little colder.
The Lisbon region consists of nine Denominations of Origin: Colares, Carcavelos, Bucelas, Alenquer, Arruda, Torres Vedras, Lourinhã, Óbidos and Encostas d’Aire.