Quinta da Seara

Located in the Douro Wine region in Vila Seca, Armamar (area known as World Natural Heritage - UNESCO), Quinta da Seara produces white and red wine of excellent quality.

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Prevailing for the production of red wine grape varieties are:

  • Alicante Bouschet
  • Barroca
  • Touriga Franca
  • Touriga Nacional
  • Tinta Roriz

Prevailing for the production of white wine varieties are:

  • Códega do Larinho
  • Rabigato
  • Viozinho
  • Fernão Pires

The soil and magnificent weather conditions allow to produce the following excellent wines:

  • BOA COMPANHIA RED
  • DESIGNIUM RED
  • SEARILONGA RED
  • ALTO DA SEARA RED
  • ALTO DA SEARA WHITE

Area: 11 hectares

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J. Tavares, Lda
Apartado 105 | Lugar da Valada
4536-904 SANTA MARIA DE LAMAS
PORTUGAL

Phone: (351) 22 747 4000

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After the 3rd stripping, the tree has a duration of 150-200 years, subject to about 16 strippings.

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The 1st cork apt to produce cork stoppers is taken from the 3rd stripping, ie the 25-30 year old cork oak tree.

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The best time to rip off is between the months of May or June to August.

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The cork oak is the only tree in the world whose bark can be extracted without killing it.

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In the manufacturing process of cork products, all waste is used for other purposes.

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Since the reign of the Portuguese King Dinis (XIII century) that there are laws to protect the cork oak tree.

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Portugal tem a maior extensão do mundo de área de Sobreiros (730.000 hectares).

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Portugal was the pioneer in creating laws that prohibit the killing of the Cork Oak and encourage their planting and exploitation.

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It is estimated that the cork oaks absorb per year, 4.8 million tons of carbon dioxide.

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A cork oak tree produces in average 4.000 cork stoppers per harvest.

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Cork is a natural, recyclable and biodegradable product.

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