Portalegre DOC Red

Adega de Portalegre

The region of Portalegre represents a unique terroir, allowing Adega de Portalegre to
produce wines with an expressive personality, singularity and even some eccentricity.
This uniqueness has been awarded through the past 60 years, in international and
national competitions.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    14

  • Grape Varieties

    Alicante Bouschet, Trincadeira, Aragonez, Grand Noir and Castelão.

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Portalegre DOC White

Adega de Portalegre

A wine that transports the land that saw its birth, in the Serra de São Mamede, in the heart of the natural park - a unique terroir of the region - that justifies its enormous eccentricity, uniqueness and personality and gives the wine a new and elegant personality.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    12

  • Grape Varieties

    Bical

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Conventual Serra da Penha Red

Adega de Portalegre

This single estate wine has its origin in a unique vineyard locate in the mountains of
Serra da Penha, at an altitude of 650 mts, growing in very poor granitic and quartz soils.
The grape varieties Touriga Nacional, Alicante Bouschet and Cabernet Sauvignon,
were stemmed and vinificate in small wine presses in contact with the skins of the
grapes, originating a wine of great intensity and vigour.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    13.5

  • Grape Varieties

    Touriga Nacional, Cabernet Sauvignon and Alicante Bouschet.

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Conventual DOC Red Reserva

Adega de Portalegre

From the atypical Cinsault and Grand Noir grapes from 70 years old vineyards spread in the Serra de São Mamede Mountains Natural Park, it is produced this iconic wine, a symbol of all the eccentricity of Portalegre region wines.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    14.5

  • Grape Varieties

    Alicante Bouschet, Trincadeira and Touriga Nacional

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Conventual DOC White Reserva

Adega de Portalegre

Conventual is a unique Alentejo wine with the distinctiveness of being produced with grapes from altitude vineyards in the Portalegre region. The 25 years of history and the numerous prizes achieved, emphasizes its quality, being one of the top-of-mind brands of Alentejo. Taste it, you will be surprised. It has a region, a country, people and stories.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    12

  • Grape Varieties

    Arinto, Fernão Pires, Syriah and Bical

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Conventual Red

Adega de Portalegre

From the atypical Cinsault and Grand Noir grapes from 70 years old vineyards spread in the Serra de São Mamede Mountains Natural Park, it is produced this iconic wine, a symbol of all the eccentricity of Portalegre region wines.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    14

  • Grape Varieties

    Aragonez, Trincadeira and Alicante Bouschet

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Conventual White

Adega de Portalegre

From the best grapes from altitude vineyards in the region and with ageing in French and American oak barrels, it is produced the Conventual Reserva, considered several times the best Alentejo wine in the last 25 years.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    13

  • Grape Varieties

    Arinto, Roupeiro and Antão Vaz

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Terras de Baco Red

Adega de Portalegre

With the typicity of na Alentejo wine but the elegancy that comes from the altitude
vineyards grapes, Terras de Baco is the right choice for the everyday consumption.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    14

  • Grape Varieties

    Trincadeira, Aragonez and Castelão.

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Terras de Baco White

Adega de Portalegre

With the typicity of an Alentejo wine but with the elegancy that comes from the altitude
vineyards grapes, Terras de Baco is the right choice for the everyday consumption.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Portalegre)

  • Alcohol %

    13

  • Grape Varieties

    Arinto, Roupeiro and Fernão Pires.

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Moscatel Mural de Favaios

Quinta do Portal

Moscatel is one of the best known aromatic grape varieties. When aged in oak it matures into fabulous nectar with characteristic aromas such as orange, orange blossom and dry fruits, which are obtained due to controlled aging in oak barrels. In the mouth it has a fresh and complex finish that is very refreshing and seductive and goes well with egg custard desserts and fresh fruit dishes.

  • Origin

    Portugal (Douro)

  • Alcohol %

    17

  • Grape Varieties

    Moscatel Galego

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