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Description to Trás-os-Montes DOC
DOC area in the northeast Portugal on the border to Spain, The name Trás-os-Montes means "behind the mountains" because it is enclosed in the west by high mountains that separate it from the rest of Portugal. It emerged from a division of the former homonymous wine region (Vinho Regional) by merging the three former IPR areas Chaves (west), Planalto-Mirandês (east) and Valpaços (center). The southern part was separated off as the country wine area Duriense classified and the port wine area Douro assigned. The wines in the area that do not comply with the DOC regulations can be called Vinho Regional transmontano be marketed. Due to the extreme climatic conditions (very hot and dry) and the prevailing shallow granite floors, viticulture is very difficult.