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With its unique biodiversity, the implantation of 20ha of vineyards in the Herdade da Aldeia de Cima, projected until 2020, accompanies the different level curves of the slopes and valleys, and occupies two distinct terroirs: one on the plateau, 289 to 300 metres above sea level, and another in the Serra do Mendro, 300 to 380 metres above sea level,
Luisa Amorim discovered the Alentejo at an early age - where the greens and browns of the cork oak trees mixed with the holm oaks and olive trees, in an immense and seemingly infinite territory, as she stayed in the region before heading south for her summer holidays in the Algarve. In addition to cork, which plays a central role in her family universe, Luisa soon discovered that wine is one of her great passions. She later began to manage the Quinta Nova of Nossa Senhora do Carmo estate in the Douro and the Taboadella estate in the Dão region. Her family originally acquired the Herdade Aldeia de Cima estate in 1994. In 2017 she decided to rebuild the small village and plant a vineyard in the Serra do Mendro, which soon became a life project
<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>Herdade do Monte da Ribeira was acquired in 1986 by the industrialist Victor Carmona e Costa who, in the following 15 years, not only completely reformed the estate, but also implemented the entire productive agricultural structure and wine cellar.<br />Herdade is owned by Casa Agrícola HMR SA, which is wholly owned by a foundation that bears the name of its two Founders, the Victor and Graça Carmona e Costa Foundation. The Foundation, with headquarters and own facilities in Lisbon, is dedicated to supporting contemporary art in Portugal and Casa Agrícola HMR SA is one of its foundational assets</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>Alabastro is a wine who's name is inspired by a semi-precious marble found in the Alentejo region. Like this stone, Alian Vinhos want to produce a wine that presented it self with strong and persistent flavours</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>Paulo Laureano began to be known for being one of the most productive consultant oenologists in Alentejo, one of the most sought-after oenologists considered by the new wave of producers who arrived in the Alentejo in the mid-90's. He was also known as Mr. Mouchão when he started to lead the oenology team of this classic Alentejo producer, as well as his classic mustaches that stand out from the crowd</p>
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