There are 534 producers.
100 Hectares is a family producer in the Peso da Régua area. With a vineyard area that occupies about 104 ha (almost 1 square mile) only recently started to bottle wine with its own brand and in small quantities. Most of the production continues to be sold to third parties and only the best grape is used through a selection still made in the vineyard during the harvest.
Using sustainable farming practices and minimum intervention techniques in winery, A & D Wines produces excellent green wines that reveal their origins, ensuring the health of the soil and the environment.
Adega Cooperativa Almeirim was founded in 1958 in the city of Almeirim, Ribatejo region. Fifty years later, is one of the largest producers of Portugal. With about 2,000 hectares of vineyards, production capacity is around 23 million liters per year. The quality of our wines has always been our primary motivation.
Currently, Adega Cooperativa de S. Mamede of Ventosa has 480 associates who produce approximately 25 million kilos of grapes per year, 12% white, which gives rise to about 20 million liters of wine.
The winery is one of the largest wine producers in the Alentejo Region, bringing together about two hundred winemakers, about 98% of the sub-region of Redondo. It has almost 50 years of history.
More than 50 years tell us the history of Adega Cooperativa de Portalegre, a wine cellar that, during the years, has been accumulating knowledge and experience and has wisely combined the unique location of their vineyards with mankind’s work.
Adega Cooperativa de Vidigueira, Cuba e Alvito, founded in 1960, started its activity in 1963. It is the result of the dream and hard work of most of the wine producers from Vidigueira, Cuba and Alvito, based on tradition and reinvention, sustained by knowledge and quality.
Adega das Mouras de Arraiolos is a new winery in Alentejo's district of Arraiolos, 130km from Lisbon. The 320ha estate with over 220ha of continual vineyards was set up with the sole purpose of growing grapes for winemaking.
Founded in 1955, Adega de Borba was the first of a series of wineries settled in the Alentejo region, promoted and helped by the “Junta Nacional do Vinho”, a public organisation that controlled and supervised the wine production in Portugal at a time when wine production didn’t carry much weight in the economy of the region. Nowadays the Adega de Borba brings together 300 associates whose vineyards cover a...
CARMIM – Agricultural Cooperative of Reguengos de Monsaraz – was created in 1971 by a group of sixty wine growers. Thirty seven years later, the quality of CARMIM wines has become a byword for excellence. The company leads the national market in the quality wine segment.
Wines produced exclusively from grapes from the vineyards and the 5th of its associates. Sustainable agriculture, traditional cultivation techniques with low rates of production and mechanization.
Founded in 1954, by a group of 22 associates, Adega Cooperativa do Cartaxo has roots in a region with a strong wine tradition where, there are historical references to this activity, before the 10th century. Genuine, typical and authentic, Adega do Cartaxo wines confer a high degree of quality, thus achieving the recognition of true wine lovers.
The origins of Adega Coop. do Fundão date back more than half a century. In fact, it was in 1949 that 30 members created their cooperative in the city of Fundão, in the beautiful and fertile region of Cova da Beira. Currently, the number of members has increased to more than 1,000, with the winery producing wine from the vineyards of its members.
It is in the parish of Rebordelo, Bragança district. The wines of Tras-os-Montes region differ by microclimates that comes as altitude, sun exposure, rainfall, temperature.The producer brings to the audience wines of the region with the best that nature has to offer.
The vineyards have an area of 30 ha and are located in the area surrounding the winery. Slight hillside vineyards are planted on clay-limestone soils and a climate influenced by the Atlantic. The varieties were selected according to their adaptability to their region.