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The Setúbal peninsula, which has a mixed sub-tropical mediterranean climate , influenced by the proximity of the sea, the Tagus and Sado rivers, and the Arrábida mountains, has a winemaking tradition that dates back to Roman intense trading in the region. It is known for Moscatel wines, produced from moscatel grapes, creating red wines of intense color and full aroma which highlight the variety Periquita and elegant white wines elaborated with the predominant variety Fernão Pires, who exhibit a fruity aroma. The region, which comprises the DOC Setubal and Palmela was demarcated in 1907/1908.