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Bacalhôa has wineries in the most important regions of Portugal: Alentejo, Península de Setúbal, Bairrada, Beiras, Dão and Douro. The project implemented in the different farms under the theme «Art, Wine and Passion» aims to surprise the most demanding expectations.

Adega de Redondo is aware that quality begins in the vineyard and closely accompanies about two hundred producers, offering them technical assistance for the production of healthy grapes, harvested at the perfect point of ripeness.

The climate of the Redondo sub-region, with low humidity and many hours of sunshine, is not very susceptible to vine pests, making it particularly suitable for the development of sustainable viticulture, based on biodiversity and environmental protection. Adega de Redondo encourages these practices among its members, thus contributing to the production of more genuine and environmentally responsible wines, which is why Adega de Redondo joined the Alentejo Wines Sustainability Programme.

The wines from Adega de Redondo are made from traditional Alentejo grape varieties such as Trincadeira, Aragonez, Alicante Bouschet or Castelão and the white varieties Roupeiro, Fernão Pires, Antão Vaz, Rabo de Ovelha or Arinto. But it does not neglect innovation, encouraging the planting of varieties with high potential in this region, such as the red Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, and Syrah, and the white Verdelho, among others.

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The love and dedication that the winery has always shown towards viticulture, oenology and the territory, today stands us as champions of this extraordinary nectar that is Primitivo wine. The history of our cooperative is closely related to this vine.
Les Vignobles Foncalieu stretch across 4,000 hectares between the Cité de Carcassonne and the Canal du Midi, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This vast territory characterised by a mosaic of terroirs and denominations has enabled the development of a wide range of wines, most of which are labelled PDO and PGI of Languedoc."
The company’s institutional name recovers a noble title granted by the Queen of Portugal D. Maria II to Cristiano Nicolau Kopke, the 1st Baron of Vilar, back in 1836, which remains, by legacy, in the family’s rightful heir possession. Before Barão de Vilar – Vinhos SA was built, the van Zellers were owners of Quinta do Noval, one of the most iconic and renowned estates of the Port Wine business sector and from where comes the mythical "Vintage 1931 Nacional”, considered one of the two best wines of the world in the 20th Century by Wine Spectator magazine."
Founded in 1896, Federico Paternina established this winery on a site with cellars excavated in the 16th century in Ollauri Rioja Alta.
Its origins date b"Wine is an art. If you know how to listen, it speaks to you, it lets you know when it needs racking and rest. It’s just like a living creature that we have to understand, tend to and care for."

So said Emilio Moro, founder of the estate. Three generations later this belief is still upheld by José and Javier Moro. Based in the world famous village of Pesquera de Duero in the heart of Ribera del Duero the brothers believe that their wine has a life of its own and with each vintage a part of them is immortalized in it. “It evokes the land where it comes from”. Eschewing traditional notions of classification like crianza and reserva, the family were eager create wines with personality and individuality. Expressions true to their vineyards and their family’s heritage. Creating reds from their cherished Tinto Fino, a prized clone of Tempranillo, and more recently crafting Godello wines from Bierzo - vibrant whites that are as exciting and lively as their labels suggest.ack to Eduardo de Paternina, father of Federico and Marqués de Terán, one of the pioneers of modern viticulture in Rioja at the request of his close friend the Baron de Rothschild, who years before had acquired the Château Brane Mouton.