The Red Wines of Bairrada – Baga For WSET Level 4 (Diploma)

In this video, we dive deep into the world of Portuguese wines, specifically focusing on the Bairrada region and its renowned Baga grape variety.

πŸ‡ What’s Inside:

In this second part of our Bairrada series, we explore the red wines of this central coastal region of Portugal.
Learn about the key grape variety, Baga – its origins, characteristics, and how it shapes the wine of this region.
Discover the unique terroir of Bairrada, including its climate and soil composition, and how these factors influence the Baga grape.
Insights into vineyard practices, challenges faced by growers, and the winemaking process specific to Baga.
Discuss the historical context and modern transformations in the production of Baga wines.
A detailed look at the DOC regulations for Bairrada and the role of other grape varieties in the region.
πŸ” For Students and Enthusiasts:

This presentation aligns with the WSET Level 4 Diploma syllabus, making it a great resource for students or anyone interested in a deeper understanding of wine.
Visit my e-learning portal for Part 1 and Part 3 of this series, where I cover more about Bairrada’s wine-making heritage and its white wines.
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