Portuguese wine is the result of traditions introduced to the region by ancient civilizations. There are 13 different wine regions in total. Main wine regions: Douro, Minho, Alentejo, Dão. There are a large number of native grape varieties that can be found in Portugal. These grapes are used to produce a wide selection of Portuguese wines, which include vinho espumante (sparkling), vinho branco (white), vinho verde (green), vinho rose (rose), vinho tinto (red), and a variety of desert wines.