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VINHO DA TALHA

The clay amphorae (Talha de Barro) is one of the oldest containers for conserving and transporting liquids. In its larger version, the amphorae, has been used for over two millennia to make wine. In Portugal, the Alentejo has been the great guardian of Amphorae wine (Vinho de Talha), having know how to preserve this vinification process developed by the Romans to this day.

TINTO DA TALHA

This wine was named after roman tradition, still in the south of Portugal, of vinifying the varietals together in a amphorae.

TERRAS DE XISTO

At the foot of Serra d'Ossa, the red schist  constitutes a soil with unique characteristics for winegrowing. We've worked these lands since 1989 and the result is wines of great quality, internationally recognized by crtitics and by the oenophile consumer.

TERRAS DE XISTO

VINHAS VELHAS

Located at the foot of Serra d'Ossa, in Redondo, the old vineyards of Terras de Xisto are part of one of the eight sub-regions of the DOC Alentejo. Worked since 1989 by the Roque do Vale family, in 2017 it joins the Ségur family. Under the oenology of the third generation of the family, Joana Roque do Vale, we produce this wine, whose name is closely linked to the history of wine Alentejo.

REDONDO

Redondo is known for its wines but also for its gastronomy and ceramic pottery! Here, where the clay is formed, culture and history are presented at the table. The local food is served on these dishes paired with wines of undeniable quality.

OSSA

Integrated into the biodiversity of Serra D'Ossa, our vineyards are part of the local fauna home. Likewise, the terroir that produces this wines would not be the same without the influence of native species.

SIMBIOSE

The wines of Portugal are known due to their blends, combining grapes varieties to create superior wines in their complexity, expression, and longevity.

CONVENTO DA SERRA

Built in the 15th century, the Convent of São Paulo da Serra de Ossa was home to congregations of hermit monks. Its importance for the Portuguese crown is well documented. Writings report that D. Sebastião visits the Convent before leaving for the fateful battle of Alcácer Quivir. Honoring this unique heritage, we produce wines whose identity is linked to the culture of Redondo, in Alentejo.

CHÃO DE XISTO

On the Chão de Xisto Vermelho, at the foot of the Serra d'Ossa, our vines have been growing since 1989. Old vines of typical Alentejo grape varieties find in the terroir of Redondo a unique expression and character, which is translated, by the hand of our winemakers into unique wines of excellent value.

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ENCOSTAS DE ESTREMOZ

Encostas de Estremoz was born on the slopes of the historic village of Estremoz, which was once home to Portuguese kings and queens. Combining the region's rich terroir, our grape selection process and a careful winemaking process result in a brand with a comprehensive range, carrying wines from diverse grape varieties.

MONTE DE ESTREMOZ

Monte de Estremoz was born on the historic town of Estremoz, once home to Portuguese Kings and Queens. We produce wines with character, combining the region's rich terroir, our grape selection process and a careful winemaking process.

TERRAS DE ESTREMOZ

The historic city of Estremoz was once home to Portuguese kings and queens. Today, its land are the home of our vineyards and our wines. We've combine the unique richness of the terroir with our technology to produce wines of supeior quality, worthy of pairing your best moments.

CASTELO DE ESTREMOZ

Castelo de Estremoz, in the historic town that gives its name to one of the richest wine regions in the Alentejo, was once home to Portuguese kings and queens. We combine the region's rich territory with our grape selection process and a careful winemaking process, which result in a superior quality brand.

QE ESPERANÇA

The region of Estremoz, in the south of Portugal, with its typical Mediterranean climate and clay soils with outcrops of marble, brings together conditions of excellence for viticulture.

DONA JOANA

Dona Joana is a wine that fills the soul of those who drink it. Alive, with a well-marked personality, and with its own style, it was named after the mother of the founders of Encostas de Estremoz, the Castro Duarte-

MORGADIO DE ESTREMOZ

On the slopes of the historic town of Estremoz, once home to Portuguese kings and queens. We combine the rich terroir of the region with our grape selection process and a careful winemaking process that result in a superior quality brand, with a comprehensive range, transporting wines from different grape varieties.

BIS

The wines express the best that their terroir can offer. Our team selected the best grapes to compose these wines, with the same enthusiasm and dedication with which a melody is composed.

Hence the name BIS; so that it can be repeated.

PRÓDIGO ENJEITADO

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SCALAB

The SCALAB brand is our homage to the Escalitan tradition. Inspired by the charisma and bravery customs of the bravery of the lands of Santarém, and by the nobility of its people, we dedicate our wines to the region and its culture.

QUINTA DA CENTIEIRA

Traveled since the 13th century, on pilgrimages on the way to the monastery of Santa Maria de Almoster, whose papal license from Nicholas IV dates back to 1289, the grounds of Quinta da Centieira are an integral part of the region's history.

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