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Colares is a Portuguese wine region centered around the Colares municipality in Estremadura region. The region has Portugal's highest wine classification as a Denominação de Origem Controlada (DOC). Colares is also the name of the wines that come from that region. The ungrafted Ramisco vines of the Colares region are some of the oldest in Portugal. Colares wine is known to be a deep colored, full bodied red wine that is high in astringent tannins. It is made of Arinto, Galego Dourado, Jampal, Malvasia and Ramisco grapes.

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