If you don't already know, the Alentejo is well known for its wine, whether white or red, it is one of the best wines in Portugal. The whites are aromatic, fresh and harmonious, while the reds have an intense aroma of red fruits, being soft and slightly bitter. Here below is a list you must visit if you are a wine lover.
Located at Quinta do Valbom, in Évora, it has operated as a wine press since 1776.
Located in the Municipality of Vidigueira, between Beja and Évora, it was founded in 1960 and has 294 members.
Located in Quinta da Várzea, this winery was acquired in 1980 by the Calisto family.
This wine house has been standing since 1878, having been acquired by José Maria da Fonseca in 1986. It is located in Reguengos de Monsaraz.
Agricultural Cooperative from Reguengos de Monsaraz, was founded in the seventies and has 970 members.
This property is run by a Danish man and an American woman who fell in love with Vidigueira and decided to plant a vineyard.
Located in a historical area in Reguengos de Monsaraz, this estate was bought by entrepreneur José Roquette in 1973, but wine production only gained momentum in 1985.
This estate is located between Vidigueira and Cuba, in Baixo Alentejo.
Situated in the heart of the Alentejo, next to the Guadiana river and a few kilometers from the Alqueva dam. This estate is run by a family where each family member has their own role to play.
Located in Vidigueira, acquired in 1920.
Located next to the river Guadiana.
This estate was founded in 1928, located in Monte Paço do Conde.
This land was acquired in 1989 and is located in Cuba, near Vidigueira.
Is located in Vidigueira, in the Baixo Alentejo region of Vila de Frades, and has been producing wines since 2006.
This land was abandoned in Vidigueira, until the entrepreneur Mário Pinheiro found it in 2007 and turned it into some vineyards and other plantations.
It is located between Serpa and Moura, and was opened in 1988.