Wines for your cellar

In this exquisite selection, you will find six Portuguese red wines which for us might evolve well in your cellar.
This selection comprises of 6 experiences from 3 different regions, Douro, Lisboa, and Alentejo.


Quinta Monte d’Oiro Reserva Red 2015 – Organic production is a blend of Syrah with 4% Viognier (co-fermented) aged 18 to 20 months in French oak barrels.
Quinta do Mouro 2012 – Deep dense red colour. Complex in the nose. This is a full-body wine, intense and deep on the palate.
Mouchao 2013 – Made with the best Alicante Bouschet grapes and up to 15% of other local varieties, mainly Trincadeira.
Cartuxa Reserva 2014 – With Alicante Bouschet and Trincadeira from the oldest vines of the Eugenio de Almeida Foundation, it matured in French oak barrels for 15 months.
Quinta do Crasto Old Vines 2015 – Made from grapes coming from old vines at Quinta do Crasto averaging around 70 years of age, Quinta do Crasto Reserva Old Vines is an authentic blend of the best that the Douro has to offer.
100 Hectares Old Vines 2015 – Blend of old vines with firm tannins but well present in the mouth tasting, it is a robust red.

Weight 9 kg

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Wines for your cellar


100 Hectares, Quinta do Monte d'Oiro, Cartuxa, Quinta do Crasto, Quinta do Mouro


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100 Hectares

The history of the 100HECTARES wines begins in the early 70’s, when Brás and Cigarro family – which has an enormous passion for the Douro region – made major investments in the purchase and renovation of properties located in Douro – Baixo Corgo sub-region. The estates of the family are the origin of their wines and the production is made exclusively from grapes coming from their properties, which is at the heart of the family’s production philosophy.


Excellence, quality and individuality in a style of its own, is what marks the difference and defines a classic Alentejo. These are also the values recognized by consumers of Cartuxa brand. Wine, Olive Oil and Wine Tourism likewise embody the same values.


Mouchão has roughly 40 hectares of vineyards most of which are on the well-drained, alluvial soils of the valley floor The family-owned estate has been producing wine for over a hundred years and maintains the traditions established in 1901 when the winery was built  

Quinta do Crasto

Quinta do Crasto is a Portuguese company dedicated to Douro and Port wine production. This is at the heart of the Douro Valley, the first demarcated and regulated wine region in the world, recognized as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 2001. Quinta do Crasto benefits from exceptional conditions for producing wines and olive oils of the highest possible quality.

Quinta do Monte d'Oiro

Quinta do Monte d'Oiro ('Hill of Gold Estate') is located in the Lisbon region, 50 km north of the Portuguese capital, nestled between the Montejunto mountains and 20 kilometers from the Atlantic ocean. The terroir is a combination of limestone and clay soil, wiht a Mediterranean micro-climate (similar to the Rhône's Mistral), enabling slow ripening, natural acidity, moderate alcohol level and smooth tannins.

Quinta do Mouro

Quinta do Mouro is located at the gates of the city of Estremoz. Its uniqueness starts with it being a small “Quinta” in the Alentejo, where vast “Herdade” estates dominate. In 1979, with just 26 years of age, fortune dictated the fate of Miguel Louro, when he was faced with the dilemma of buying a Porsche or the Quinta do Mouro at a poker table, among friends. The first hectares of the vineyard would be planted in 1989 after a failed foray into livestock.