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  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting
  • Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting

Cartuxa Wine Tourism – Visit & Cartuxa Tasting

Évora 1 - 20 people 90 Minutes
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1 Adult(s)
Adult(s) 25,00 € / each
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Regional appetizers (sausages, cheeses and jams) 7,50 € / each
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Offer this experience You must choose between base price or a date range (special seasons). A voucher will be sent to the recipient who will have 6 months to schedule the experience with Portugal by Wine.
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Nº people
1 Adult(s)
Adult(s) 25,00 € / each
Extras
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Regional appetizers (sausages, cheeses and jams) 7,50 € / each
About the Activity
Cartuxa Wine Tourism is based at Quinta de Valbom,  2km from the centre of the World Heritage city of Evora and just 200m from the Cartuxa Monastery from which it takes its name.  The visitor centre is in the old refectory of the former retreat of the Jesuit Brothers who taught at Evora University in the 16th and 17th centuries. Adega Cartuxa was purchased by the Eugenio de Almeida family in the 19th century, undergoing  a number of extensions and improvements over the years, taking care to preserve its rich architectural and historic integrity.

Discover the history and unique environment of Quinta de Valbom, in a guided visit to the building where Adega Cartuxa was founded.

The visit will end with a tasting of 3 wines produced by the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation. You may add some region products to tastings, which consist of sausages, cheeses, jams from the region.

Adega Cartuxa, a regional landmark!

Highlights:
  • Guided visit to Adega Cartuxa;
  • Tasting of 3 wines produced by the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation.
Region Alentejo
Duration 90 Minutes
Languages Portuguese, English, French, Spanish
Starting time 10:30 hours.
11:30 hours.
15:00 hours.
16:30 hours.
Nº of people Minimum: 1 | Maximum: 20
Location Quinta de Valbom, Estrada da Soeira 7005-003 Évora
General Rating (2 Ratings)
This activity includes
Specialized guide
Guided tour
Wine tasting
Parking lot
Wine shop
Art & culture
This activity does not include
Hotel pick-up & drop off
Other expenses not mentioned
Conditions
Extras: Regional appetizers (sausages, cheeses and jams): €7,50 per person
Cancellation policy
Cancellations: 24 hours in advance, the amount will be in credit. On the day of the visit / No Show / Cancellations - there will be no refund.
Notes
Please mention the preferential language for the visit at the checkout.
The tolerance allowed for delays in visiting hours is 15 minutes. After this delay, we do not guarantee the visit at the scheduled time and will be subject to the availability of the day.
Organized by: Enoturismo Cartuxa
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What people are saying about this experience (2 Ratings)
  • Samuel Aparecido
    Samuel Aparecido
    “Visita muito interessante” A história da fundação é muito interessante e os vinhos são de grande qualidade! Samuel Aparecido, 27 ago 2021
  • Rosie
    Rosie
    “Beautiful” The visit is a must if you are in Evora. You get to taste wonderful olive oils with Alentejo bread and drink wines in a beautiful farm that preserves the monastical style. Wines are no longer produced here but you still get the spirit. The shop sells the legendary Pera Manca but also more affordable wines. The staff is young and friendly and if the weather is good you can take nice pictures of the grapevines. Rosie, 09 mar 2020
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