Above: The grounds of Quinta da Bacalhôa

Portugal’s Douro wine region gets almost all the attention in the United States, but vintners up and down the country produce excellent wines. One of the loveliest wine regions, Setúbal, is less than an hour south of central Lisbon. There, on the edge of the Parque Natural da Arrábida, breezes off the Atlantic cool the vineyards, ensuring that grapes maintain their acidity as they ripen in the ample sun.

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