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Vineyards close to Lisboa, no car - Alentejo or Setubal?

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Hello, folks!
You've previously helped me on my Douro's day trip itinerary to the vineyards. Thank you all!
Well, on my second part of my trip, ill be settled in Lisbon and i would like to visit another vineyard.
So, here's my problem: i can't find a vineyard that i can go by myself without any cars.
According to my research, there are 2 wine-regions around Lisboa: Setubal and Alentejo. The thing is: it's not easy at all to find a vineyard close to Setubal, Azeitão or Evora, for example. And also, i dont plan to stay in any of those towns - it would be a daytrip.

Should i give up my idea and make a daytrip to Sintra, Cascais, or other mainstream destinations instead?

Thank you all =)

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