Organic wine

Minho Porto Douro Beiras Tejo Alentejo Algarve

The grapes used for the production of wine come from vines that grow in soils where organic fertilizers and pure minerals are used.

The vineyards have adapted green methods of cultivation using, among other practices, medicinal herbal teas to spray on the vines, ladybugs to eliminate harmful insects. Clover is planted to improve the levels of nitrogen in the soil and provide a natural method of drainage.

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Monte da Casteleja 2009

Varieties: Bastardo e Alfrocheiro.

Tasting notes: Dark cherry color, nose deep with initial aromas of roasting coffee and nuts, evolving into subtle notes of plum and menthol. Good attack in the mouth, noble tannins well present, providing structure and good aging capacity..

Gastronomy: Accompany and enriches the excellent cuisine of the Algarve.

Outeiros Altos Rosé

D.O.C. Alentejo Rosé 

Native Grapes: Aragonês (60%), Touriga Nacional (15%), Trincadeira (15%), Alfrocheiro (5%)
e Tinta Caiada (5%) 

The best of wine

The wine is produced from vines grown on organic farms and, with the exception of sulphites there is no addition of any chemical.

Usually the grapes are harvested by hand and crushed in the traditional manner by foot.

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O Monte Da Casteleja Está Cada Vez Mais 'Green'.

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New Eu Rules For ‘Organic Wine’ Agreed



Brussels, 08 February 2012 

- New EU rules for “organic wine” have been agreed in the Standing Committee on Organic Farming (SCOF), and will be ...

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