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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery type="image_grid" images="16684,16719,16715" img_size="300x150" onclick=""][vc_column_text]This harvest, we collaborate with Lince Brewery from Lisbon Marvila to create an Encruzado Grape Ale. About 20% freshly pressed grape juice from grapes harvested at Tapada da Ajuda, the University-of-Lisbon vineyard, are mixed into the brew and fermented at relatively low temperature. The result is a fresh blonde beer preserving and nicely integrating the aroma complexity of the encruzado variety into a delicious drink. Congrats to the brewers to have managed to harmonize these two genres, one rather acidic (wine is just above pH3) and the other rather mellow (beer at around pH4,5). You can taste this 2021 Grape Ale at the winery

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery type="image_grid" images="16749" img_size="large" onclick=""][vc_column_text] Na Adega Belém fazem-se vinhos com amor (e uvas) e diz-se poesia com amor (e vinho). O microfone abre ao público depois de um momento poético pelas mãos dos convidados: Elisa Scarpa, Gilson Barreto e Raul Pinto. Venham comer petiscos deliciosos e ouvir/dizer poesia, regando a alma com o que há de mais nosso: a tradição de um bom vinho, feito com sabedoria secular e uma dose extra de paixão. Lotação da sala: 50 pessoas RESERVA RECOMENDADA! Organizado por: Adega Belém Urban Winery e Marina Ferraz [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row]

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery type="image_grid" images="16639,16641,16643" img_size="300x150" onclick=""][vc_column_text] Adega Belém, a primeira adega verdadeiramente citadina em Portugal TimeOut Lisboa. Out 2021. Escrito por Mariana Lopes As ‘urban wineries’ começaram a surgir nos últimos 15 anos em algumas cidades do mundo. Em Portugal ainda não havia nenhuma com este conceito. Até agora. O que define uma urban winery? Em poucas palavras, é uma adega no centro da cidade. Uma das razões pelas quais, normalmente, adega e vinhas estão localizadas no mesmo sítio, ou bastante perto, é evitar que as uvas sejam afectadas pelo calor durante o transporte, já que a época de vindimas é (quase) sempre bastante quente. Porém, isso não quer dizer que não possa

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery type="image_grid" images="16705,16707,16619" img_size="300x150" onclick=""][vc_column_text]Capricious, wild and untamed. Embodiment of utopian purity, flavor concentration and origin. Image of an authentic nature tamed through craft and tenderness. Fetish animal of the 2015 generation. Name for our most outstanding vintages, this year sold as a two-bottle box. Vindíma 2020. Perfect grapes of late harvest Moscatel Graúdo from the Arrabida Hills next to Palmela. Destemmed and whole-berry fermented with no additives. Spontaneous fermentation. One half in 180L clay amphoraes, the other half in a 225L French oak barrel. More than 60 days of maceration. While the grapes and winemaking processes were close to identical, the wines, as if guided by a magical hand,

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery type="image_grid" images="16507,16491,16431" img_size="300x150" onclick=""][vc_column_text]Der Herbst ist da. Und der Weinherbst ist auch schon vorbei, mit viel Lachen, Schwitzen, Fluchen und langen Stunden in Weingarten und Kellerei. Mit dabei waren in diesem Jahr Davids Onkels und Tanten aus Hausen und Bremen, und zwei seiner Cousins, die vier Wochen unser Leben teilten. Lesen Sie unseren kompletten Kellerbrief Herbst 2021.   Download Kellerbrief pdf [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row]

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery type="image_grid" images="16343,16534,16530,16532" img_size="300x150" onclick=""][vc_column_text]Vintage 2021 starts on 5 August with the picking of Moscatel Galego at the vineyards of the Higher Institute of Agronomy at Tapada da Ajuda in Lisbon and ends with the late harvest Moscatel Graúdo grown in the Arrabida Mountains on the Setubal Peninsula just south of the Tagus River. The climate was close to optimal this year, with rain during the first growing months of the vines and berries, then a long steady and not too hot summer that let the grapes ripen slowly to optimum maturity. At the Lisbon vineyards we are once again experiencing the particularity of this Mediterranean climate terroir in

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery type="image_grid" images="16083,16064,16081" img_size="300x150" onclick=""][vc_column_text] It's been one long year since we opened the winery to the public. A year during which we had to close straight after opening, and close again in 2021 due to the Corona epidemic. In the meanwhile Catarina and I continued to make our wines. We have processed 6 tons of white varieties from the vineyard of the Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Tapada da Ajuda less than a kilometer away from the winery. This wine is now partly bottled and we are really proud its fine character, multilayerd aromas and beautiful colour. Now that the epidemic seems to slowly reach its end, we are