Adega josé de sousa

adega josé de sousa

What is the history of ADEGA José de Sousa?

The history of Adega José de Sousa goes back to the 19th century, being one of the oldest wineries in Alentego. The first wine production records date back to 1878, although it is possible that wine production is prior to that date.

Where to visit ADEGA José de Sousa?

Visit Adega José de Sousa, José Maria da Fonseca property, located in Reguengos de Monsaraz, Évora. José de Sousa winery is unique, keeping alive a tradition initiated by the Romans more than 2000 years ago, is equipped with 114 clay amphorae, a fermentation method as rare as it is old.

What is unique about Jose de Sousa Winery in Portugal?

José de Sousa winery is unique, keeping alive a tradition initiated by the Romans more than 2000 years ago, is equipped with 114 clay amphorae, a fermentation method as rare as it is old. The old cellars are below ground level and contain the urns and two open presses for treading the grapes.

Who is Paul de Sousa and why is he famous?

He is known among darts fans for his maverick-like scoring and unorthodox checkouts in matches. De Sousa qualified for the 2012 PDC World Darts Championship by winning the Western European qualifier, beating Eduardo Lopes in the final. He became the first Portuguese player to qualify for either version of the World Darts Championship.

Who is José Maria da Fonseca?

With the purchase in 1986 of the Casa Agrícola José de Sousa Rosado Fernandes, which included the Monte da Ribeira, José Maria da Fonseca company made a dream come true: using traditional winemaking techniques to produce an Alentejo wine on a prestigious and historical estate (which has been making wine since at least 1878).

Who is Raul Sousa?

He is based in Tarragona and represented Spain at the 2011 WDF World Cup, but played for the Portuguese team afterwards at the PDC. He won his first televised major title at the 2020 Grand Slam of Darts.

Where to visit ADEGA José de Sousa?

Visit Adega José de Sousa, José Maria da Fonseca property, located in Reguengos de Monsaraz, Évora. José de Sousa winery is unique, keeping alive a tradition initiated by the Romans more than 2000 years ago, is equipped with 114 clay amphorae, a fermentation method as rare as it is old.

What is the history of ADEGA José de Sousa?

The history of Adega José de Sousa goes back to the 19th century, being one of the oldest wineries in Alentego. The first wine production records date back to 1878, although it is possible that wine production is prior to that date.

Where to go in Portugal by wine?

A voucher will be sent to the recipient who will have 6 months to schedule the experience with Portugal by Wine. Visit Adega José de Sousa, José Maria da Fonseca property, located in Reguengos de Monsaraz, Évora.

Who is behind Alentejo wine?

In 1986, Jose Maria da Fonseca – a family business that started almost two centuries ago – fulfilled a lifelong dream by buying this winery to prodcue Alentejo wine. Here, on an old historic estate, the Alentejo wine was made with traditional techniques as keeping alive a tradition initiated by the Romans over 2000 years ago.

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