Alentejano – Practicing Organic with very little irrigation (from a region that most irrigate freely because of the heat and the super-arid conditions); indigenous yeasts. The Bojador wines come from newer vineyards that are about 15 years old, the white varietals planted in mostly granite, while the red varietals are also planted in schist. The Bojador Talho (amphora) wines come from a 20 hectare plot of 60+ year old vines; sandy soils; red and white grapes are co-planted and these vines receive absolutely no irrigation.

  • Bojador Branco 2014/2015
  • Bojador Branco Talho 2014/2015 (aged in Amphorae)
  • Bojador Tinto 2014
  • Bojador Tinto Talho 2015 (aged in Amphorae)