After the city of the same name (the one from UNESCO to World Heritage
was declared) designated sub-area within the Portuguese DOC and region Alentejo
(Older bottle labels may still show "IPR Evora"). The red and white wines are made from the indigenous grape varieties Aragonez, Arinto, Periquita (Castelão Francês), Rabo de Ovelha, Roupeiro, Tamarez, Tinta Caida and Trincadeira. The most famous manufacturers are Herdade da Cartuxa and Pêra Manca.