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Wines

Excellence, quality and individuality in an individual style that defines an Alentejo classic.

EA

Young wines, with all the features of youth and freshness, easy-drinking and for immediate consumption.  Produced from Roupeiro, Perrum and Arinto grape varieties.



EA

Young wines, with all the features of youth and freshness , easy-drinking and for immediate consumption.  



EA

An easy-drinking, everyday wine from Adega Cartuxa. For more informal occasions.
Produced for the first time in 2004.



EA

The premium wine in the EA range.

These are young wines, with all the features of youth and freshness, easy-drinking and for immediate consumption.  The red wines are blended from the principal Alentejo indigenous grape varieties, characterised by their smoothness and youth.



EA

Produced from Assario grown in our own vineyards at Eugénio de Almeida Foundation following sustainable viticulture practices.



EA

EA Red Organic is a blend of Alicante Bouchet and Syrah planted in our own vineyards at Eugénio de Almeida Foundation following sustainable viticulture practices. 



Vinea Cartuxa

An easy-drinking, everyday wine from Adega Cartuxa. For more informal occasions.



Vinea Cartuxa

An easy-drinking, everyday wine from Adega Cartuxa. For more informal occasions.



Foral de Évora

Wine in the Évora region dates back to time immemorial and the Charter granted by Manuel I to the city in 1501 is testament to this. The white wines are produced from Assario, Roupeiro and Arinto grape varieties, with young, fresh and fruity aromas.



Foral de Évora

Wine in the Evora region dates back to time immemorial, and the Charter granted by King Manuel I to the city in 1501 is testament to this.
Red wines are produced from Trincadeira, Alicante Bouschet and Aragonez grape varieties, and aged in barrels of new French oak. Very fruity, showing great concentration and exuberance of youth.



Cartuxa Espumante

In its constant search for top quality wines, Adega Cartuxa produced its first DOC Alentejo - Évora sparkling wine in 2007 from the Arinto grape variety. It was made by the Classic Method, resulting in a fresh and elegant wine.



Cartuxa Espumante

In its constant search for top quality wines, Adega Cartuxa produced its first Rose DOC Alentejo - Évora sparkling wine in 2010.
It was made by the Classic Method, resulting in a fresh and elegant wine.



Cartuxa Espumante

In its constant search for top quality wines, Adega Cartuxa produced its first Reserve Brut DOC Alentejo - Évora sparkling wine in 2008.
It was made by the Classic Method, resulting in a fresh and elegant wine.



Cartuxa

The wines take their name from the Carthusian monks, who since 1598 have lived a life of solitude and prayer in the Monastery of Santa Maria Scala Coeli. 

The wines are a blend of  Antão Vaz, Roupeiro and Arinto grape varieties, persistent and harmonious,  showing a delicate aroma and medium body.



Cartuxa

The wines take their name from the Carthusian monks, who since 1598 have lived a life of solitude and prayer in the Monastery of Santa Maria Scala Coeli. The reds are a blend of the Alentejo’s most traditional grape varieties: Trincadeira, Aragonez, Alfrocheiro, Periquita, Moreto and Tinta Caiada. 

Aged in oak, the wines are elegant, with good structure, which combine the aromas of the grape varieties used and give a persistent and complex flavour.



Cartuxa

The wines take their name from the Carthusian monks, who since 1598 have lived a life of solitude and prayer in the Monastery of Santa Maria Scala Coeli.

The reds are a blend of the Alentejo’s most traditional grape varieties: Trincadeira, Aragonez, Alfrocheiro, Periquita, Moreto and Tinta Caiada. Aged in oak, the wines are elegant, with good structure combing the aromas of the grape varieties used and conferring a persistent and complex flavour.  

Cartuxa Red Reserve is the result of a detailed selection of grape varieties from parcels of the oldest vines of the Eugenio de Almeida Foundation.



Cartuxa 50 Anos

Fifty years after Vasco Maria Eugénio de Almeida created his Foundation to help the social, cultural, educational and spiritual development of Évora, the Foundation repledged its commitment to do more for more people, and to commemorate its 50th anniversary.

As a consequence, this red was created from Alicante Bouschet and Syrah grapes.


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Cartuxa 50 Anos

Fifty years after Vasco Maria Eugénio de Almeida created his Foundation to help the social, cultural, educational and spiritual development of Evora,  the Foundation repledged its commitment to do more for more people, and to commemorate its 50th anniversary.

As a consequence, this white was created from Assario, Arinto and Roupeiro grape varieties. 



Cartuxa 50 Anos

Fifty years after Vasco Maria Eugénio de Almeida created his Foundation to help the social, cultural, educational and spiritual development of Evora,  the Foundation repledged its commitment to do more for more people, and to commemorate its 50th anniversary.

The wine is made from a careful selection of grapes showing the development of noble rot (Botrytis cinerea).

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Cartuxa 50 Anos

Fifty years after Vasco Maria Eugénio de Almeida created his Foundation to help the social, cultural, educational and spiritual development of Evora,  the Foundation repledged its commitment to do more for more people, and to commemorate its 50th anniversary.

As a consequence, this wine was created from Touriga Nacional and Aragonez grape varieties.



Cartuxa 50 Anos

Fifty years after Vasco Maria Eugénio de Almeida created his Foundation to help the social, cultural, educational and spiritual development of Evora,  the Foundation repledged its commitment to do more for more people, and to commemorate its 50th anniversary.

As a consequence, this red wine was created from Alicante Bouschet and Syrah grapes. 



Scala Coeli

Scala Coeli (Latin for "stairway to Heaven”), takes its name from the Santa Maria Scala Coeli Monastery, more usually known as Cartuxa Monastery, a site where Carthusian monks live in silence and prayer.

Produced from the best blends of the year of international grape varieties, it was produced for the first time in 2008.



Scala Coeli

Scala Coeli (Latin for "stairway to Heaven”), takes its name from the Santa Maria Scala Coeli Monastery, more usually known as Cartuxa Monastery, a site where Carthusian monks live in silence and prayer. 

Produced from the best blends of the year of international grape varieties, it was produced for the first time in 2005.



Scala Coeli

Scala Coeli (Latin for "stairway to Heaven”), takes its name from the Santa Maria Scala Coeli Monastery, more usually known as Cartuxa Monastery, a site where Carthusian monks live in silence and prayer. Produced from the best blends of the year of international grape varieties, it was produced for the first time in 2011.

For being an exception wine with high evolution potential it deserved reservation's designation.



Pêra Manca

Pêra-Manca is the label reserved for the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation’s most exceptional wines.
The whites are a blend of Antão Vaz and Arinto grape varieties, showing a citrus colour and a fruity, persistent, delicate and complex aroma. On the palate they are soft, dry, complex and balanced.



Pêra Manca

Pêra-Manca is the label the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation reserves for its most exceptional wines. Red wines are produced from Trincadeira and Aragonez grape varieties.  

They are full-bodied, complex and elegant, with an aroma of raisin and notes of oak. Given the great quality of tannins and the oak used for aging, the wines have great longevity, needing time to achieve their full potential.