Portugal

Wine regions | Alentejo. | Algarve. | Azores. | Bairrada. | Bucelas. | Colares. | Carcavelos. | Dão. | Douro. | Lisboa. | Madeira. | Minho. | Peninsula de Setubal. | Port.| Tejo. | Tras-os-Montes. | Vinho Verde.

Organic & Biodynamic vineyard area

2007 Portugal had 2,021 hectares (5,000 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 2006 Portugal had 1,178 hectares (2,910 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 2005 Portugal had 1,240 hectares (3,062 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 2004 Portugal had 1,002 hectares (2,475 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 2003 Portugal had 839 hectares (2,073 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 2002 Portugal had 575 hectares (1,420 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 2001 Portugal had 705 hectares (1,742 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 2000 Portugal had 791 hectares (1,957 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). A similar figure of 713 hectares (1,760 acres) of organic grapes is given by Hilary Wright (2000, p96). | 1999 Portugal had 855 hectares (2,112 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 1998 Portugal had 782 hectares (1,932 acres) of organic (wine and table grape) vines (European Commission, 2010). | 1993 Portugal had 103 hectares of organic grapes in 1993, according to the Associao Portuguese de Agriculture Biologic [sic], as reported by Hilary Wright (2000, p96). 

Bibliography

European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, ‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, June 2010, p32.

Hilary Wright, The Great Organic Wine Guide (Piatkus, 2000).