Portuguese Fernão Pires is a white grape variety native to Portugal, most commonly grown in the Tejo and Bairrada regions. It is appreciated for its aromatic qualities, producing wines that are often compared to Muscat, with fragrant floral and citrus notes. On the palate, Fernão Pires wines can offer flavours of lemon, lime, and sometimes tropical fruit, often matched with a refreshing acidity. The wine can be enjoyed in a range of styles, from light and crisp to full-bodied and creamy, depending on winemaking techniques. Fernão Pires is a delightful Portuguese varietal for those looking to explore beyond the country’s more famous grape varieties.