Wine

Wine is the heart of the estate

Monte da Peceguina

Monte da Peceguina red, white and rosé are the groundwork of the brand. The first harvest dates back from 2003. Entry in the market was at the start of 2005 with the Monte da Peceguina range, whose name pays homage to the “Peceguina Velha”, one of the existing houses in the property.

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Malhadinha

Malhadinha Red, White and Rosé are also foundations for the brand. A pairing of carefully selected varieties that make Malhadinha’s terroir, giving singularity to the wine with the HMN label.

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Monovarietals

The monovarietals are produced in the years when nature permits. Aragonês and Touriga Nacional, in the case of the reds, and Antão Vaz, Verdelho and Arinto, for the whites.

Pequeno João

Pequeno João is a special Edition lunched only in years of excellent harvest.

Menino António

Menino António is a special Editions launched only in years of excellent harvest.

MM da Malhadinha

MM da Malhadinha is a special edition launched only in years of excellent harvest.

Marias da Malhadinha

Marias da Malhadinha is the top of the line of the Estate launched only in years of excellent harvest.

Vale Travessos

A mix of traditional grape varieties from 1.5 hectares, acquired in 2016, close to Malhadinha, the “Vinha de Vale Travessos” (Vale Travessos Vineyard), planted in 1949 and 3.5 hectares acquired in 2018.

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Late Harvest

The grapes are harvested manually in the first hours of the day and carefully selected at the choosing table. Of an intense amber colour, the Late Harvest 2015 shows intense ripe apricot, crystallized orange skin and a light nuance of ginger.

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Other Products

The organic, sustainable and extensive farming has reduced mankind’s action to a minimum. Keeping the Alentejo’s traditions alive, olive oil, honey and vegetables are grown in the organic gardens and greenhouses, and indigenous species created in perfect harmony with the natural surroundings.

Vineyard

respect for the environment and sustainability

The 80 hectares of vines sprout on the gentle slopes of drained schist soil, inserted into the terroir and respecting and integrating into the existing ecosystem and biodiversity.

About the Vineyard
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