Adega De Redondo
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Adega Cooperativa de Redondo is well known in Portugal and the world, especially through the brand Porta da Ravessa, a name that has become a true ambassador for the quality and authenticity of Alentejo wines.
The Alentejo has been a land of wine for millennia. Throughout the region, there are many historical traces that link the ancient inhabitants of these lands to the three main pillars of the Mediterranean diet: wine, olive oil, and bread. The cultivation of vines was one of the main links between communities, where the sense of mutual help and the goal of the common good were always present. It is therefore not surprising that the first Portuguese social winery, the embryo of the cooperative movement, was born in Viana do Alentejo at the end of the 19th century.
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.