It is on the Litoral Alentejano, at the confluence of two big Portuguese wine regions, Setúbal and Alentejo, that we find the Herdade Canal Caveira. Esplanade at the foot of the Serra de Grândola, the estate receives the maritime influence of the Costa Vicentina, land of a unique and original microclimate. It has an area of 45 Hectares, of which 25 are of vineyard and the remaining of olive trees, orange trees, cork oaks, holm oaks and pine trees.
The vineyards spreading out in the sun, break between the river bank, and the edge of the national road IC1. Before the stop for the famous Cozido à Portuguesa, stands the emblematic house in the shape of a Castle, greeting those who travel to the Algarve. The Cellar brings us the proof. In a virtuous reality, the view from the top floor splits extensively between the village, the mountain range and the plain, while the tinkling of the glasses stir the smell and taste of the profiled nectars.
With 18 grape varieties to recreate, our winemakers produce lots and monocasts full of freshness, aromas and fruity flavors. With mainly sandy soils, great thermal amplitude and Atlantic influence, Canal Caveira Estate produces elegant, complex and persistent wines.
A terroir perfect for quality wines and discerning connoisseurs. With the Serra Brava brand (registered in the 70's) among whites, roses and reds we also launched a Frisante Moscatel: the first with a quality designation from the Região da Península de Setúbal.
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Vanda Paz Paiva