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Monte Velho Red was launched for the first time in 1992, its name comes from the monte located next to the Caridade reservoir, at Herdade do Espor. At the time, the wine boasted the same origin and philosophy as Espor Reserva but was created to reach more people and make daily wine consumption an experience
Clear appearance, ruby color. Aroma of red berries and wild berries, well wrapped in subtle notes of spices. Fresh, intense and with solid structure, good texture
Destemming, crushing, primary fermentation in stainless steel temperature controlled tanks, pressing, malolatic fermentation
3 months in stainless steel vats.
David Baverstock and Luís Patrão
A very underrated wine!
We still really enjoy this wine
We first tried this in a restaurant on a visit to Portugal and have imported 3 x 12 boxes since. Not the most expensive, but we feel it's great value for the money and is suitable for drinking with a meal or on it's own.
MONTE VELHO 2018
A VERY SMOOTH GOOD QUALITY WINE AND AT A VERY GOOD PRICE
A nice wine at a very good price
We came across this on a trip to Portugal in 2019 and since ordered a couple of 12 x boxes since. Very palatable, not too sweet, great value.
<p>Assobio Red winemakers are Jose Luis Moreira da Silva and David Baverstock. Red with violet tones colour, fresh and intense with dominant red fruit aromas and the palate is fresh and elegant with a persistent finish</p> <p></p> <p></p>
<p>Quinta do Ortigão is located right in the center of Anadia, so much so that it seems strange that in the middle of an urban circuit, between rotundas, houses and super markets you can find a wine producer on the next bent</p> <p></p>
<p><span>Casa Ferreirinha and its wines are synonymous with quality, time and art. Thus it has been since the company’s founding in the eighteenth century by Bernardo Ferreira, whose formula was refined by his descendants, especially his granddaughter Dona Antónia Adelaide Ferreira, known affectionately as "Ferreirinha" or "Ferreirinha-da-Régua".</span></p>
<p>Vallegre - Vinhos do Porto S.A. is a portuguese company with centuries old tradition which has embraced the continuity of a family business for five generations deeply rooted in the Douro region</p> <p></p>
<p>Dão is located in the Beira Alta region, in the centre north of Portugal. The region’s geography is excellent for wine production: the Caramulo, Montemuro, Buçaco and Estrela mountain ranges protect the vine from the wind.</p>
<p>Real Companhia Velha owns Quinta do Casal da Granja, an extensive vineyard of 160ha, located in the small village of Granja de Alijó. It is also here that are located their modern wine cellars. The Grandjó brand comes precisely from a merger between the two words; Farm and Alijó. This century-old brand, celebrated its one hundred years of age in 2012, being the oldest brand of Real Companhia Velha currently in active</p>
<p>In the natural conditions of the Alentejo The Herdade dos Outeiros Altos looks for the best that is produced in the region.</p> <p>Outeiros Altos Sulfite free red wine is a organic Alentejo's wine's. </p>
<p>Susana Esteban was born in Tui, Spain. She holds a degree in Chemical Sciences from the University of Santiago de Compostela and a Master's degree in Viticulture and Oenology from the University of La Rioja. She began her trajectory as an oenologist in 1999 at Quinta do Côtto, and later worked as an oenologist at Quita do Crasto between 2002 and 2007. Both farms are located in the Douro. She has worked since the 2007 harvest as a consultant in different Alentejo producers, namely Tiago Cabaço Wines, Herdade do Barrocal, Monte dos Cabaços and Monte da Raposinha.</p>
<p>Quinta do Mouro is located at the gates of the city of Estremoz, and belonged for centuries to the Zagalos family, one of the wealthiest in town. This original "quinta" in Alentejo, where the vast estates dominate, has an 18th century grooved house, charming gardens, bowls and 18th century tanks. In 1979, at the age of 26, luck dictated Miguel Louro's fate at a poker table, among friends, when he had the dilemma of buying a Porsche or Quinta do Mouro. The first hectares of vineyard would be planted in 1989, after a failed incursion into cattle breeding, and today he is one of the most iconic wine producers in the region</p>
<p>Quinta da Plansel are situated about 100km from Lisbon, in the southeastern part of the city of Montemor-o-Novo. They have around 75 hectares of vineyards that are an integral part of the DOC area of Évora</p> <p></p>
<p>Quinta da Plansel are situated about 100km from Lisbon, in the southeastern part of the city of Montemor-o-Novo. They have around 75 hectares of vineyards that are an integral part of the DOC area of Évora</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>