Bucelas is referring to a dry, crisp, light, white wine, named after Bucelas, a Region north of Lisbon, Portugal. This wine is often aged in wood, from the Estrema-Dura region and can be paired good with fish, seafood, appetisers and cheese.

Bucelas is pronounced "boo-sehl-ahs"

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