The final and most decisive battle of the Restoration War was fought at Montes Claros, on 17 June 1665. A ferocious battle with thousands of casualties on both sides – Portuguese and Castilian. Nowadays, and as it was then, Montes Claros is a land of vineyards. A brand with over 80 years of history since its appearance, that has drawn attention to the quality and potential of Borba wines. Wines that hold fast to tradition but are vibrant, differentiated and have an excellent quality/price relationship.
Cabriz is one of the most well-known wineries of DÃO region, with more than 200 years of history. The Dimension of the vineyards and the prestige of the wines are the base of the strength and awareness of Cabriz in the Portuguese market. White wines, harmonious, fresh and delicate and red wines with classy, elegant and velvety, full of character, capable of the best pairings from the finest and exquisiet the most traditional and intense dishes.
In the fields of Campo Maior, the vines grow, giving rise to wines with a fresh and showy character. It was in this undulating back of Alentejo where Arch. Siza Vieira brought the unmistakable trace of this winery. So the landscape is designed, so the wines that make this Adega Mayor are designed. Removed without crushing, fermentation in stainless steel deposits at 25ºC and daily return. Malolactic fermentation in new French oak barrels, where the wine remained for 18 months. Aged for 12 months in bottle before going to the market.