“Wines of Alentejo in Lisbon” grand return this friday
The tasting will include 450 wines from more than 70 Alentejo producers

The 12th edition of “Vinhos do Alentejo em Lisboa” starts this Friday and Saturday, November 18 and 19, at the CCB – Centro Cultural de Belém. In the two days of the event, wine lovers and the curious will have the opportunity to taste more than 450 Alentejo references from 71 producers in the region.

The doors of “Vinhos do Alentejo em Lisboa” open at 4 pm on Friday, and the event lasts until 9 pm. On the following day, Saturday, the opening hours are extended, from 3 pm to 9 pm so that everyone has the opportunity to learn about the region's news.

The exhibition, organized by the Alentejo Regional Winegrowing Commission (CVRA), will feature, on the two days of the event, at 18:00, with a workshop on the Alentejo Wines Sustainability Program (WASP), led by João Barroso, coordinator of the initiative pioneer in Portugal.

In addition to this moment that toasts a greener planet, on Friday, at 7:30 pm, visitors will be able to attend a session on organic wine. On Saturday, participants in the event can learn more about the emblematic Vinho de Talha, in a session scheduled for 7:30 pm and, in addition to a Food pairing session, under the theme “Desserts and wine”.

To access the tasting of the 450 red, white and rosé wines there is a cost of 10 euros per person, with a glass included.
Attending the “Wines of Alentejo in Lisbon” are 71 Alentejo producers: Tiago Cabaço Winery; Mount of Golden Berries; mouchão; Coelheiros shelter; Herdade das Aldeias de Juromenha winery; Herdade Paço do Conde; Palm Tower; Monte da Raposinha; Elite Wines; Borba Winery; Herdade dos Cranes; Aromas do Sul, Lda; Herdade dos Machados; Herdade das Servas; Morais Rocha Wines; Figueirinha; Painter's Hill; Herdade do Perdigão and Monte do Pintor; Alamo Hill; Quinta do Quetzal; RG Rovisco Garcia; Large Homestead; Turn face; Clara House; Azamor; Eugénio de Almeida Foundation; Herdade da Ajuda; Abreu Callado Foundation; Mainova; Sovibor; Round Cellar; Adega Mayor; Herdade da Cabeceira; Margaça family; House Grass; Paulo Laurenao; Herdade da Candeeira; Reynolds Wine Growers; Guadelin; HMR Agricultural House; Vidigueira fallow; Lima Mayer; Ervideira; Adega Cooperativa de Vidigueira, Cuba and Alvito; House of Sabicos; Portalegre Winery Cellar; Great Commendation; João Portugal Ramos; Rocim Wines; Herdade do Peso; Quinta do Paral; Herdade do Pombal; Herdade dos Coteis; Luís Duarte Wines; Herdade da Rocha; House of Sabicos; Penedo Gordo Estate; Herdade do Esporão; Carmine; Antonio Maçanita; Bacalhôa Wines of Portugal; Nunes Cheap Wines; Herdade do Freixo; Bonanza Hill; Frade & Virgo Tower; J Costa Vargas - Ovelha Negra Wines; Herdade da Malhadinha Nova; Abegoria; Herdade dos Lagos; Odd wines; Quinta da Plansel; Encosta das Perdizes and Herdade da Lisboa.


Friday, November 18th
16:00 – Opening of the doors of “Wines of the Alentejo in Lisbon”
18:00 – Workshop on the Sustainability Program for Alentejo Wines (WASP): – “Alentejo Wines – Unique by Nature, Unique by Nature!”
19:30 – Session “What is an organic wine after all?”
21:00 – End of the event

Saturday, November 19
15:00 – Opening of the doors of the “Wines of Alentejo in Lisbon”
16:00 – Session “Wine from Talha, an ancient tradition”
18:00 – Workshop on the Sustainability Program for Alentejo Wines (WASP): – “Alentejo Wines – Unique by Nature, Unique by Nature!”
19:30 – Food pairing session “Desserts and wine”
21:00 – End of the event
Vinhos do Alentejo 2022