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<p>Founded in 1955, Adega de Borba was the first of a series of wineries settled in the Alentejo region. Nowadays the Adega de Borba brings together 300 associates whose vineyards cover a total area of 2,000 hectares, 70% of which is cultivated with red grape varieties and 30% with white one</p>
<p> The 2011 Torre Do Esporao, mostly Alicante Bouschet, Syrah and Touriga Franca along with some others, has been in bottle for some two years now. This is sensual in its texture, caressing and appealing. Yet, it has plenty of power and backbone. Intense on the finish, it is not yet able to express its fine fruit. Yet, in the long run, it seems sophisticated, balanced and very classy. It should age beautifully, too</p> <p></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>Monte da Raposinha is a family business focused in the production of exceptional high quality Wine from Alentejo. From red to sparkling wine, without forgetting white wine, Monte da Raposinha intends on providing its consumers singular and pleasurable moments.</p>
<p>The Altas Quintas project is born of the obsession to make wines with different characteristics in Alentejo for discerning lovers. Not only great wines, but wines that reflect our obsession to surprise and provide the pleasure that only the great wines can give. The difference of Altas Quintas starts at its location. On a plateau at 600 meters altitude in the Alentejo</p>
<p>Florão Red and White represent the most approachable wine style from the Fonte Souto estate, made with all the attention to detail and care of the other estate wines, but with a more youthful profile intended for drinking young. Their freshness, balance and structure clearly identify them as wines born of the unique Fonte Souto terroir</p>