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Founded in 1854 by the descendants of the Duke of Lencastre, surrounded by cork oaks and eucalyptus trees from Australia, the Herdade da Calada is hidden between the gentle hills of the Alentejo. Throughout the years it has been the target of various interventions and improvements, but preserves the beauty and elegance of the original feature of the main building and today is one of the most modern and innovative winemaking domains in Portugal, with an enotourism unit, 35 hectares of vineyard, 110 hectares of olive grove, 60 of cereals, 215 of mount and a magnificent lodging
<p>Founded in 1854 by the descendants of the Duke of Lencastre, surrounded by cork oaks and eucalyptus trees from Australia, the Herdade da Calada is hidden between the gentle hills of the Alentejo. Throughout the years it has been the target of various interventions and improvements, but preserves the beauty and elegance of the original feature of the main building and today is one of the most modern and innovative winemaking domains in Portugal, with an enotourism unit, 35 hectares of vineyard, 110 hectares of olive grove, 60 of cereals, 215 of mount and a magnificent lodging</p>
<p>Made from Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca this fantasctic wine from the producer FTP Vinhos should be consumed preferively between 16/18C. Has potencial for aging between 4 and 8 years</p> <p></p> <p></p>
<p>Located in Alentejo (Portugal), in full mount, presents unique conditions for agriculture. With around 700ha of vineyards, olive groves and other crops. In this territory are planted about 40 grape varieties, 4 varieties of olives, orchards and vegetable gardens</p>
<p>On the hot plains of the Baixo Alentejo, just a few kilometres from the city of Beja, is one of the oldest wine estates in the region. Its vineyards represent decades of history that Henrique Uva has preserved and farmed for many years and which he always wanted to develop as an independent producer.<br />In 2004, he achieved his dream, with the project that goes by the name of Henrique Uva/Herdade da Mingorra. The Winery is surrounded by 1,400 hectares of a landscape that can be considered exuberant, such is the diversity of plants and fauna, with several river basins forming veritable oases. The Winery is a true place of worship. A place where modernity and functionality can be found alongside indelible traditional techniques.</p>
<p>Since its creation in 1942, Sogrape Vinhos has been investing in the main Portuguese wine regions. With a strong presence in Dão, Douro and Vinhos Verdes, entry into Alentejo - the national wine region with the highest growth rates - was natural and inevitable</p>
<p>AR Touriga Nacional by Adega Cooperativa is <span>a single vine variety wine made from the vine variety Touriga Nacional grown mostly in granite soils but also in clay-limestone and schist</span></p>
<p>André Herrera de Almeida started his activity as a winemaker in the final stage of his degree, after sharing harvests in both hemispheres he settled in Portugal where he gives oenological consultancy to four small producers in Alentejo.<br />Torero wines are produced in Murteirinha, André's family estate and are intended to be signature wines, with their own character, that do not want to occupy but share a space increasingly open to new challenges, and because the challenge is a characteristic of youth, the image is appealing to a market that is increasingly informed and global</p>