Adega de Pegões
It all started when the big landlord and beer magnate José Rovisco Pais donated his Pegões properties to the Lisbon State Hospitals. On these properties the Government implemented a large “colonization” project, donating land to thousands of agricultural workers and directing the plantation of 830 The Cooperative was established on March the 7 th 1958 in order to give technical and logistic support to the “colons”. Part of the support consisted in the reception and processing of their grapes. The first Pegões wines where than born.
Península of Setúbal
The Pegões Terroir is located between two Nature Reserves – the Tagus estuary to the Northwest and the Sado on the Southwest, giving the vineyards a unique soil and climate combination. 1117 planted hectares and an average annual grape production of about 11.000.000 tons, 70% red and 30% white. making up the remaining 35%.
10 Mile Bridge Red/ 10Mile Bridge White/ Adega De Pegões White/ Adega De Pegões Red/ Moscatel de Setúbal/ Santo Isidoro de Pegões Brut