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Adega de Borba


Manuel Rocha

COUNTRY: Portugal
REGION: Borba Alentejo

Established in 1955, Adega de Borba is the creation that came from the collective vision of local grape growers in Alentejo Portugal and driven by a shared commitment to quality and tradition. Located in the scenic town of Borba, it has become a leading figure in Portugal's wine industry, renowned for crafting exceptional wines that embody the local terroir. 

Central to its success is a diverse array of grape varieties, including Aragonez, Trincadeira, Alicante Bouschet, and Antão Vaz, which contribute to the depth and complexity of its wines. Combining traditional methods with modern innovations, Adega de Borba ensures quality and consistency in production. 

Meticulous vineyard management and state-of-the-art facilities enable precise control over the winemaking process. The winery's commitment to sustainability extends to environmental stewardship and social responsibility, with investments in renewable energy, water conservation, and community initiatives. Partnering with affiliated winegrowers, Adega de Borba strives for commercial viability while preserving environmental resources and promoting the well-being of its employees and local communities.

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Wine Region:

Borba Alentejo

Also known as Borba and Alentejo-Borba, this region is located to the north of Redondo and south of Portalegre. The first Alentejo subregion to become renowned for its viniculture worldwide, it is but one in eight Alentejo DOC subregions. It is now under the status of Denominação de Origem Controlada, to which it was elevated from Indicação de Proveniencia Regulamentada.  

Borba, which rises above the plains of the Alentejo region, is situated on the slopes of the mountains of Serra de Borba. The region’s soil contains various material, such as schist, marble, and chalk, which contribute to the unique terroir and fruity wines of Alentejo. Alentejo lies to the northeast of the São Mamede’s granite foothills, where cooler temperatures and larger amounts of precipitation bestow the wines with freshness and complexity. 

Featured Grape Varieties:
Rabo de ovelha 
Fernao pires 
Touriga Franca

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