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  • Quinta de Alcube

    Quinta de Alcube is a family property inserted in the Serra da Arrábida Natural Park which, due to its scenic and geographical surroundings, provides a set of experiences and good memories for those who visit.

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  • Herdade de Espirra

    The current owner of Herdade de Espirra, Navigator Company, acquired the property in 1985, having restructured the existing vineyard and restored the social facilities, including the winery itself, thus enabling the production of wine to be undertaken with great rigor and professionalism.

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  • Brejinho da Costa

    Produced by a family business, Brejinho da Costa wines are the result of the great care placed in an activity where every detail is important. In addition to wine production, landscape protection and respect for the environment are the keys to a viticulture that is increasingly a factor of tourist attraction as well as a cultural practice.

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  • Casa Ermelinda Freitas

    A family company, Casa Ermelinda de Freitas has relied on the quality of vineyards and wines since the first generation.

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  • Fernão Pó Winery

    The Fernão Pó Winery is a family business from Fernando Pó, Palmela, which is originated from the merge of the Freitas & Palhoça families. Linked to viticulture and wine production for generations, they bring together two branches of Fernando Pó's wine history.

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  • Quinta de Catralvos

    Implantada no sopé da Serra da Arrábida, no meio de 25 hectares de vinha, a Quinta de Catralvos mantém o equilíbrio perfeito entre a produção de vinhos de elevada qualidade e a Natureza.

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  • Cadeado Wines

    É pelas mãos da Catarina, do Frederico e do Tomás que nasce a Cadeado Wines. O nome é uma homenagem ao avô, que sempre dizia que um bom vinho era uma mistura única de aromas que só poderia ser aberto por quem tivesse a chave certa. Assim nasce, em 2018, a Cadeado Wines.

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  • Trois

    Filipe Cardoso, from Quinta do Piloto, and Luís Simões, from Casa Horácio Simões, joined forces with José Nuno Caninhas, oenologist from Quinta do Piloto. The idea was being built for some time until, with 2015 wines, it was realized.

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  • Herdade do Cebolal

    Herdade do Cebolal was born in 2008 and is located on the Alentejo coast, 17 km away from Santiago do Cacém and at the southern end of the demarcated region of the Setúbal Peninsula.

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  • Adega de Pegões

    Nowadays, Adega de Pegões is a modern and competitive winery, recognized nationally and internationally, having been distinguished in 2014 as the 4th best wine company in Portugal and 37th in the world by the “World Association of Wine and Liquor Journalists and Writers”.

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  • ASL Tomé

    ASL Tomé began its wine production in mid-1940’s, being Quinta da Cascalheira under the care of the Américo de Sousa Lopes family for five generations.

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  • Filipe Palhoça Vinhos

    Filipe Palhoça Vinhos is a family business dedicated to viticulture and wine production in the Setúbal Peninsula for over 50 years. Founded in 1950 by Filipe Jorge Palhoça, its roots go back to a small cellar belonging to his father, João Loureiro Palhoça.

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  • Quinta do Monte Alegre

    Quinta do Monte Alegre is recognised for its wines of remarkable distinction, it stands out for uniting tradition, the fruit of four generations of knowledge, with modern technology.

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  • Herdade do Portocarro

    Located in the municipality of Alcácer do Sal, Herdade de Portocarro is recognised for producing unique wines in limited, exclusive quantities.

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  • Adega de Palmela

    A cooperative established in 1955, currently bringing together the production of 300 associates. It is responsible for the vinification of grapes produced by its members, as well as marketing their brands.

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  • Herdade Canal Caveira

    It is in the Alentejo coast, at the confluence of two major Portuguese wine regions, Setúbal Peninsula and Alentejo, that we find the Herdade Canal Caveira.
    Right next to the Grândola Mountain, its vineyards receive the maritime influence of the Vicentina Coast, land of a unique and original microclimate.

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  • Monte da Carochinha

    Monte da Carochinha is located on the coastal slope of Serra do Cercal, overlooking the Southwest Alentejo Natural Park and Costa Vicentina. With a view over the sea of Porto Covo, it benefits from a strong Atlantic influence combined with a hill microclimate, where the poor schist soils, surrounded by forest and rockrose, clearly mark the profile of the wines created here.

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  • António Saramago Vinhos

    Founded in 2002, António Saramago Vinhos is born from an old dream of winemaker António José Ribeiro Saramago to produce his own wines. It is committed to produce quality wines at a fair price.

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  • Quinta do Piloto

    Quinta do Piloto is the heir of a four-generation winegrowing tradition in the Cardoso family, in Palmela. The wines are elegant, are exponents of indigenous varietals and small quantities of varietals chosen for their excellence.

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  • Casa Agrícola Assis Lobo

    Established in 2002, winemaking is a part of the Assis Lobo family history, whose vineyards are located in the region of São o Lau, Fonte de Barreira, Poceirão and Fernando Pó, in Palmela.

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  • A Serenada

    Serenada is located in the southern part of the Setúbal Peninsula wine region. The vineyards are located 10 km away from the beautiful Alentejo coast, benefiting from the influence of the Atlantic breeze. Its location, at an altitude of 150m, in the Serra de Grândola, provides the necessary nocturnal freshness for proper maturation.

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  • Sociedade Vinícola de Palmela

    Created in 1964, SIVIPA is nowadays a company with a great reputation in the production of wines and moscateis, having won numerous national and international awards.

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  • DFJ Vinhos

    DFJ Vinhos was born in 1998, owns 250ha of vineyards, 200 under certified sustainable agriculture production. Mr. José Neiva Correia was the owner and the chief winemaker producing wines since the harvest of 1974.

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  • Herdade da Comporta

    Herdade da Comporta Wines come from a state-of-the-art project, where unmatched terroir conditions coupled with technology result in wines of renowned quality.

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  • Herdade da Barrosinha

    Very close to the Alentejo coast and Comporta, Carvalhal and Tróia, the Herdade da Barrosinha invites you to taste the thousand and one corners and secrets of nature. In an environment of great tranquility, everyone can enjoy unique experiences, between cultivating palates, well rehearsed in the hands of curators and masters.

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  • Malo Wines

    Malo Wines has 100ha of vineyards, spread over two properties located in Setúbal Peninsula - Quinta de Catralvos, in Azeitão and Monte da Charca, in Pegões.

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  • Venâncio Costa Lima

    Venâncio da Costa Lima is one of the oldest wineries in the Palmela region, beginning in 1914. As a family business, this winery is already in its fourth generation.

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  • Bacalhôa

    Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A. is one of the largest wineries in Portugal, and has developed over the years a wide range of wines that have earned a solid reputation and preference for national and international consumers.

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  • Herdade de Gâmbia

    Herdade de Gâmbia is a family-owned business that has been engaged with agro-forestry and livestock activities since its acquisition by Dr. Francisco de Paula Borba in August 1917. Throughout all these years, it has developed various agricultural and livestock activities, being the forest the one that deserved more attention, given the characteristics of its framing from the point of view of location, soil and climate.

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  • Herdade da Arcebispa

    Founded in 2006 by António Manuel Valadas Palhavã and António Canivete Amante, Arcebispa owns 1600 hectares in Castelo de Arez, Alcácer do Sal. In addition to rice, forest, montado and livestock, it also bets on wine production.

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  • Casa Agrícola Horácio Simões

    Casa Agrícola Horácio Simões, founded by José Carvalho Simões, is a secular house in the wine sector. Since 1910, has gained stability, reliability and a sense of professionalism in its activity, ensuring for three generations a place of excellence in the market.

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  • José Maria da Fonseca

    Founded in 1934, it is the oldest Portuguese producer of table wines and Moscatel de Setúbal, to this day managed by the same family.

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  • Adega Camolas

    Adega Camolas is a family-owned company, next to Arrábida Natural Park, deeply linked to vineyard and wine since the 70's. The grapes are from its own vineyards scattered throughout the noble areas of Palmela, as well as the purchase of grapes from small winegrowers in the region.

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  • Xavier Santana

    Established in 1926 by Xavier Santana, the company is today managed by his successors, producing wines of national and international regard, such as Casta Rica, Terras da Vinha, Terras da Fonte, and Xavier Santana, the latter from Moscatel de Setúbal wines.

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  • Herdade dos Pegos Claros

    Founded in 1920, Herdade de Pegos Claros stands out for producing high quality wines through traditional methods, only from old “Castelão” vineyards.

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Add salt to the water and ice in your frapé (ice bucket) and you will be able to cool the wine bottle faster. The salt, in contact with water, goes into dissolution process, that is, an endothermic process, which requires energy to materialize. Salt pulls the heat from the ice stones, which get even colder.

White wine neutralizes red wine and allows stains to be more easily washed off. It will only work if the stain is still wet. Do not rub, but sponge with a clean and absorbent material (towel, sponge …).

In general, wine bottles should be stored horizontally. In this position, the cork is always in contact with the wine, keeping it moist and intact. This inhibits the entry of oxygen, an element to avoid, as it will extend the wine’s life. Oxidation quickly leads to color, aroma and taste damage.



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We are the Wine and Vine Setúbal Peninsula Regional Comission – CVRPS. We control the origin, certify the genuineness and promote the wine products from the 13 municipalities of the Setúbal District, ensuring that only the best of regional production goes to your table. Get to know us and learn more about the wine Moscatel de Setúbal , the Moscatel Roxo de Setúbal and other wines white, rosé, red, sparkling and fortified whose quality you can trust.



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