In Torres Vedras, in the west of Portugal, an enterprising family that shares a strong passion for the land where they were born, has fulfilled an old dream of building a winery that would celebrate the historical heritage of the region, strongly marked by the culture of vines and wine.
Built by the Alves family, founders of the Riberalves Group, Adegamãe was born as a tribute of the men to the matriarch, Manuela Alves. And it is, at the same time, the inspiration for a birthplace, of creation, in which the intention is to promote the best grapes and produce better wines.
North of Lisbon and a near the ocean coast, Adegamãe leverages a terroir strongly influenced by the prevailing sea breezes, standing out for its Atlantic-inspired wines, full of character, fresh and mineral, awarded nationally and internationally.
The excellence of the Adegamãe project is transversal to all areas, from wine production to wine tourism. Noted for its architecture, Adegamãe is often referred to as one of the most distinctive Portuguese wineries. The building is implemented as a giant balcony oriented to the fantastic vineyard landscape, designed to provide the best wine tourism experience, around the knowledge of wine and its production process. Visiting Adegamãe is to travel through the entire harvest, from the grape reception area, to the fermentation vats or the ageing room, ending with wine tastings and gastronomic events.