The Tejo region is located in the very heart of Portugal, a short drive from the capital city of Lisbon. Pulsing with a rich heritage, Tejo claims a bounty of historical treasures scanning the pages of time, from Roman ruins and Gothic castles to Manueline monasteries and medieval hilltop villages.
To the Portuguese, Tejo is known as the land of vineyards, olive groves, cork forests, Mertolengo cattle, and the famous Lusitano horses.
The Padro Pedro is everything you would expect from this region being ruby red with purple hues. Intense ripe red fruit aromas with raspberry and cherry notes combined with spice notes.