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In the tasting it stands out saline notes, the acidity of the green currant, some notes of green asparagus and citrus sensations of lime zeste that prolong the freshness and structure of the wine in the whole mouth
The history of the family business João M. Barbosa is recent but the personal experience acquired is already a lot. And it is from this experience that the project was born with a sui generis concept that promises to offer the best and to surprise wine lovers. Surprise through the wine itself, sharing new wine experiences, new grape varieties and new blends
In the tasting, saline notes, the acidity of the green currant, some notes of green asparagus and citric sensations of lime zeste stand out, prolonging the freshness and structure of the wine throughout the mouth
<p>Wine appears in the Ramilo family by the hand of the great-grandfather, Manuel Francisco Ramilo, who, in the early twentieth century, devoted much of its land area to wine production. Four generations later, unwilling to accept the abandonment of local traditions, brothers Pedro and Nuno Ramilo left their confortable lives to embrace a family business.The brothers are now on the verge of becoming the largest private producer of the world famous Ramisco from Colares</p>
<p>It all started in 1987 when Alice and Paulo were looking for a property that would be their family's Project and where they could make high quality wine.<br />At Quinta da Chocapalha, all elements of the family have a role in creating the spirit of the project</p>
<p><span>Located in Alenquer, Quinta do Monte D'Oiro is known since the 19th century. XVII as a privileged place for the production of great wines. The objective of the producer José Bento dos Santos, known communicator and promoter of gastronomy and wines, is the elaboration of high quality wines of European style, respecting the existing terroir</span></p>
<p>The range that gives the house its name - Quinta do Carneiro Wines. It has white and red harvest wines and higher quality wines, the white and red reserve wines. In the case of the latter, they come from a blend of selected grapes, aged in new French, American and Portuguese oak barrels</p>
<p>Situated in Alenquer, in the heart of Lisbon's Wine Region, Quinta do Anjo extends over more than 120 hectares, surrounding a seventeenth-century site adjacent to a traditional moth cellar.<br />Producing recognized wine of superior quality, and that is the maximum exponent of the region, is the motivation of the Cardoso Family Pinto in this project</p>
<p>Raised by the Alves family, founder of Riberalves Group, AdegaMãe is born as a tribute from the men to the family’s matriarch, Manuela Alves. At the same time, it serves as an inspiration to a place of birth and creation, in which the intention is to enhance the best grapes and to create the finest wines</p>