The Barraida wine region is located in the central coastal area of Portugal and is known for producing distinctive and high-quality wines. The region is characterized by its clay and limestone soils, Atlantic influence, and a rich winemaking history. Barraida is renowned for its red wines made primarily from the Baga grape, which exhibits robust tannins and a unique character. The region also produces white wines from varieties such as Bical and Maria Gomes. Barraida wines are known for their aging potential and complex flavors, showcasing notes of red fruits, earthiness, and spice.