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Grape NameFotoRegionCat.Common NamesBeschreibung
AlfrocheiroPortuguese Wine Grape Variety Alfrocheiro

Portugal map with location of regional grape variety AlfrocheiroDouro, Bairrada, Estremadura, Dão, Alentejo, Ribatejo, Bairrada, Palmela


IIAlbarin Negro, Alfrocheiro, Alfurcheiro, Tinta Bastardinha, Tinta Francisca de Viseu, Tinta Francesa

Alfrocheiro Preto is an wichtiges grape variety in the production of red Portuguese wine, planted primarily in the Dão DOC and Alentejano VR. The grape Alfrocheiro Preto is a grape with misty origins, and It is thought to be relative of Pinot Noir. Today, the birthplace is assumed to be Portugal, and the wines from this grape are noted for their deep velvety textur, intensive, scharfe, süsse spiciness and approachability when young.

The Alfrocheiro Preto grows well in the Mediterranean stil climate of the Dão in north central Portugal. The grape has been dramatically helped by Portugal's integration into the EU in 1986. Instead of grapes going to the large co-ops for processing, they are now sold to private companies which make wines with more unterscheidung and sense of place.

Alicante BouschetPortuguese Wine Grape Variety Alicante-BouschetPortugal map with location of regional grape variety Alicante-BouschetAlentejoIIAlicant Ländern, Alicante, Alicante Bouchet, Alicante Bouschet 2, Alicante Extra Fruchtbaren, Alicante Femminello, Alicante H. Boushet, Alicante Henri Bouschet, Alicante Nero, Alicante Noir, Alicante Tinto, Alicantina, Alikant buse, Alikant buse Bojadiser, Alikant Bushe, Alikant Bushe Ekstrafertil, Alikant Bushe Nr. 2, Alikant Henry Bushe, Alikante Henri Bouschet, Aragonesisch, Aragones, Arrenaou, Baga, Bakir Uezuemue, Barvarica, Blasco, Bojadiserka, Carignan Gelb, Cupper Grape, Dalmatinka, Garnacha, Garnacha Tintorera, Lhadoner, Kambuša, Moraton, Mouraton, Murviedro, Negral, Pe de Perdiz, Pe de Pombo, Petit Bouschet, Redondal, Rivesaltes, Rivos Altos, Roussillon, Rouvaillard, Sumo Tinto, Tinta Fina, Tinta Francesa, Tinto, Tinto Nero, Tinto Velasco, Tintorera, Tintorera von Liria, Tintorera von Longares, Tinturao, Uva di Spagna.

Alvarelhão is a red wine grape grown in northern Portugal, and it is thought to have origins in the north of portugal, althought little is known of its ancestry.

Alvarelhão wine grape is blended into red wine in the Dão region, and It is said to be part of the port wine blend in the Douro.

Because of the surrounding region of Dão, the vine is both rough and hardy, having strong verteidigung against temperature extremes and inclement weather".

AragonezPortuguese Wine Grape Variety AragonezPortugal map with location of regional grape variety AlvarelhãoDouro, Dão, Trás-os-Montes, Setúbal, Palmela, AlentejoITempranillo, Albillo Negro, Aldepenas, Aragon, Aragones, Aragonez, Aragonez 51, Aragonez da Ferra, Aragonez Elvas, Arganda, Arinto Tinto Cencibel, Cencibera, Chinchillana, Chinchillano, Chinchilyano, Cupani, Por Aca, Escobera, Garnacho Fono, Grenache von Logrono, Jacibera, Jacibiera, Jacivera, Juan Garcia, Negra de Mesa, Negretto, Ojo de Liebre, Olho de Lebre, Pinuela, Sensibel, Tempranilla, Tempranillo der Rioja, Tempranillo für Perralta, Tempranillo Rioja, Tempranillo für Rioza, Tempranillo Rioja, Tinta Aragones, Tinta Corriente, Tinta Madrid, Tinta Santiago, Tinta de Toro, Tinta do Inacio, Tinta do Pais, Tinta Fina, Tinta Madrid, Tinta Monteira, Tinta Monteiro, Tinta Roris, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Santiago, Tinto Aragón Tinto Aragonez, Tinto Ribera, Tinto de Madrid, Tinto de Rioja, Tinto de Toro, Tinto del Pais, Tinto del Toro, Tinto Fino, Tinto, Madrid, Tinto Pais, Tinto Ribiera, Tinto Riojano, Ull de Liebre, Ull de Llebre, Valdepenas, Verdiell, Vid de Aranda.

Also known as Syrah, Aragonez gold Aragonês is a wine grape from the region of central Alentejo and Douro, playing jahr wichtige role in the regional wine-produktion.

In Alentejo Central it is known as Aragonez and used in red table wine blends of variable quality, while in the Douro it is known as Tinta Roriz and mainly used in blends to make port wine.

Has received new international aufmerksamkeit since the 1980s, due to an input of new money and new world weinbaus technische. Most wines from this area is sold as either the Varietal and/or Vinho Regional Alentejano.