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Quinta do Mouro Aragonez Red Wine presents deep ruby colour. Aromas of perfectly ripe red and black fruits, with some herbacious, forest and dry leaves notes, coming from the fermentation with the stems. In the mouth it is full bodied, with excellent structure and balance, and a good acidity for this variety’s patterns, along with an evident freshness that gives elegance to the overall rustic style
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><span>Founded in 1955, Adega de Borba was the first of a series of wineries settled in the Alentejo region. <span>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 ones</span></span></p>
<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>A family farm with a centuries-old tradition that bets, in a firm and continuous way, the reconversion of Alentejo agriculture, presenting a diversity of farms ranging from the cork oaks to the vineyard, passing through Agrotourism</p>
<p>Vinha das Virtudes, a project that has as its main inspiration the seven virtues of the epic poem of Prudencio, a Roman poet who lived between the years 348 and 410. It portrays in Psichomachia a battle between virtues and vices, which illustrates the struggle of soul against the seven deadly sins, in which virtues always triumph. </p>
<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>The freshness and expressiveness of Adega Mayor Seleção make it perfect to accompany grilled fish, seafood, white meat and salad. Ideal presence when seating outside with friends in the afternoon</p> <p></p> <p></p>