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Grande Rocim Reserva Red Wine has deep, intense and ruby colour, plus a bouquet that invokes balsamic notes and extremely complex spicy aromas, and all of this along with impressive notes of very ripe black fruits, results in a highly concentrated wine, with voluminous mouth and very long and persistent nishing. Its structure and rm tannins are perfect for a long anda graceful evolution in the bottle
Rocim is the owner of Herdade do Rocim and Vale da Mata. Today, this brand is renowned for the quality of its wine and Cellar. Speaking of its history is speaking of a dream and therefore, it means speaking of the present and future. Because dreams are endless.
Intense and ruby colour, plus a bouquet that invokes balsamic notes and extremely complex spicy aromas and ripe black fruits resulting in hightly concentrated wine, with voluminous mouth and a very long and persistent finishing
Carefully selected “grape by grape” on a vibrating sorting table. Fermentation took place in a stone open lagar. Foot trodden
24 months in 500 L french oak barrels. In the bottle for a period of four months
<p>The Sovibor - Soc. Vinhos de Borba, Lda. Is a Commercial Society by Quotas constituted by public deed, the 16 of December of 1968.<br />It is the result of the merger of two small producers who started their activities many years before 1968 and later created the firms Manuel Joaquim Mira and Domingos Luiz Pinto & Filho, Lda., Both with wide traditions in the wine field. Therefore, and as a result of such merger, SOVIBOR is managed by people traditionally linked to the wine business.</p>
<p><span>Adega Mayor has 80 hectares of cultivated vineyards in this region of Alentejo, of which 69 are at Herdade das Argamassas and the remaining 11 at Herdade da Godinha. The grape bunches are hand collected and deposited in 15 kg boxes and quickly taken to the wine cellar. There, in a collecting table, a highly qualified team</span></p>
<p>It is within the genuine Alentejo, with unique aromas, flavors and textures, of nature, of silence and of immensity, that extend the 80 hectares of vineyard of Herdade Monte da Cal, about 40 km from Portalegre.<br />Surrounded by the tranquility of the north Alentejo plain, it is inserted in the calm environment of the characteristic nature of this zone of the country, surrounded by the infinity of vineyards</p>
<p>The Cartuxa brand is one of the main assets of the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation and the current umbrella brand of the Cartuxa Winery, the Cartuxa Winery and the Cartuxa Wine Tourism. The insignia translates the identity of wines Vinea, EA, Foral de Évora, Cartuxa, Scala Coeli and the mythical Pêra-Manca</p>
<p>In Zambujeira do Mar, where the high temperatures of the Alentejo are mitigated by the Atlantic, the concentration typical of inland viticulture is balanced by the freshness and humidity of the sea, leading to ideal maturation. The grapes ripen, thus, in a slow and balanced way, with cool and wet winters, mild summers and the constant presence of the sea winds, creating wines where elegance overrides robustness.</p>
<p>The Monte Branco winery is located in Estremoz, Alentejo, where there is the largest concentration of wine producers and has its own natural climatic characteristics, for the production of excellent wines.</p> <p> </p>