The freshest and most exciting wine region in Portugal at this moment is Lisbon. After the international success achieved by wines from the Douro and Alentejo, it is in the Lisbon region that the best experiences and newest surprises are to be found. By mixing traditional Portuguese grape varieties – Tinta Roriz and Touriga Franca besides the famous Touriga Nacional in red wines and Arinto, Encruzado and Alvarinho in whites – with Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon the results have enthused even the most demanding of  connoisseurs.

Various designations of origin exist in the region with completely different characteristics. Muscatel from Setúbal has fans all around the world as a full-bodied and fortified wine. Bucelas still produces whites which were once appreciated by the English royal court, while Colares and Carcavelos have very small but historically very interesting production… Book a visit to the various wineries in the region to get a better idea of these exciting wines.


Find out more about the place where Lisbon’s sweetest wine is made. Setúbal muscatel is a national institution which is as well regarded within the country as outside.


Discover Lisbon’s most exciting wine region. With internationally award-winning vintages and several innovative wineries, the wines from Palmela are an excellent surprise.


A wine from Lisbon like you’ve never tried before, with all the character of its unique and special provenance. Colares wine merits a visit to the land which produces it.


Try one of the rarest wines in Portugal, which is perfect as a finishing touch to a special meal or for enjoying when visiting this part of Lisbon.


This is one of the world’s oldest wines. Made using Arinto grapes, it has a unique fragrance that is similar to German Riesling and is perfect chilled on a hot afternoon.


Lisbon’s traditional drink warms body and soul, day and night. It’s worth stopping by the various tasquinhas to choose your own.