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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
Quinta do Monte D'Oiro Ex-Aequo Red Wine reveals high quality ripe fruit, cassis, black plum, mineral and spicy notes, with enormous elegance. Impressive in the expression of the fruit, with an austere, peppery flavor, with satin tannins and a very long finish, full of personality and distinction
<p>Quinta de Pancas is located 45 kilometers northwest of Lisbon, at Santo Estevão and Triana parish, the so-called "Alto Concelho de Alenquer" next to the place of Pancas. The lands of Alenquer extend between the Serra de Montejunto and the flatlands of the right bank of the Tagus river, unfolding in a landscape of mountains, hills, valleys and plains</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>Wine Ventures is a company with its operational base located in Lisbon – at Quinta da Romeira. Their mission is to develop Brands, based on consumer preferences, with a commitment to take wine, as a category, closer to consumers, creating value to shareholders.</p>
<p>This fortified wine dates back to the 14th century and reached its golden period by the laborious hands and sharp mind of Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo - Marquês de Pombal and Conde de Oeiras. Carcavelos' wine ran the world. It entered the most varied cultures. It has even given part of its 'soul' to Port wine in order to give it a 'body' and a superior taste. From this fertile and auspicious period, it fell to levels that without the intervention of the municipality was expected to cease to exist.</p> <p>It took hold and recovered and today, the vineyard continues to produce, on the hillside facing the Tejo, in the land that has always been fertile, shaken by the wind that is typical of us, the grape varieties. In the white, Galego Dourado, the Ratinho, the Arinto, the Rabo-de-Ovelha and the Seara-Nova; in the red, the perfect combination between the castes Castelão, Amostrinha and Trincadeira. Grapes that mixed in the exact measure, like alchemy, gives origin to our generous.</p>
<p>Lisboa Valley whitewine is excellent in the mouth with complexity. On the nose presents a fine blend of tropical fruit and grapefruit, with ripe fruit on the palate framed by minerality and refreshing acidity</p>
<p><span>Rocim is the owner of Herdade do Rocim and Vale da Mata. </span><span>Today, this brand is renowned for the quality of its wine and Cellar. Speaking of its history is speaking of a dream and therefore, it means speaking of the present and future. </span><span>Because dreams are endless.</span></p>
<p>The property of Quinta da Murta, located in the hills of the small demarcated region of Bucelas, is surrounded by one of the main Roman roads that crossed Portugal and very close to the last fortification, Anglo-Portuguese against Napoleon's troops.<br />In Shakespeare's time, Bucelas became popular in England, especially in court. Designated "Charneco", due to the name that is given to the zone of Bucelas, is mentioned by Shakespeare in the second part of the piece Henry VI, published in 1594.<br />The sailors of the caravel S. Gabriel celebrated with wine of Bucelas their return to Portugal, after the discovery of the maritime route to India</p>