The wine region of Évora is in the Alto Alentejo and its historical references to both vines and wines are consistent and date back to the nation’s origins.The oldest known bibliographical references related to the cultivation of vines in the Alentejo essentially report the excellence and types of wine in Évora, and make reference to several international awards earned in the last century. The red wines are made from the grape varieties Periquita, Trincadeira, Aragonez and Tinta Caiada. The vine varieties of white wine grapes principally include Arinto, Rabo de Ovelha, Roupeiro and Tamarez.

The vineyard is planted in the Monte do Álamo since 2001, occupying an area of 32 hectares located on a traditional plain of the Alentejo; it features a “drop-by-drop” irrigation system and is enclosed within an integrated protection system.