Colares wine is a type of wine produced in sandy soils outside Lisbon between the foothills of Sintra and Cabo da Roca. Characteristic vines, the tiny Colares appellation – which was formally established in 1908, is the westernmost demarcated region of continental Europe and the smallest still-wine producing region in Portugal. José Baeta is passionate about this wine and region, and an excellent host in his winery at Almoçageme. We've tasted 4 table wines (2 whites and 2 reds) with detailed explanation about the characteristics of each.
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