The history of any great winery is interesting because you learn the story behind the passion and the dedication and the years of practice. The story of Fita Preta Vinhos is no different but again, it is the most different in its own way and that’s what makes it all the more interesting.
Winemaking learnt and mastered over a great bond of friendship, Fita Preta Vinhos brings you finest wines from its territories.
Fita Preta Vinhos wines reflect character of their region
The winery started off in the early 2000s but the palace in their estates is of the 14th century. Fita Preta Vinhos is the perfect blend of culture and modernization. Over time, their palace has undergone changes that gives them flexibility in modern ways but at the same time also preserves their traditional touches. The culture is deep rooted here and their wines reflect the character of their culture and their region.
The Winery that Promotes Equality between winemakers and wine growers
Any winery that gives equal importance to winemakers and wine growers are sure to create harmony and of course, have great final products. At Fita Preta Vinhos, the winemakers and the wine growers are partners of equal importance. The equality begins in the vineyards and ends when a bottle of wine is opened with everyone having their equal share of contribution in the process.
Minimal Use of Spraying and external resources
In the region of Alentejo, Fita Preta Vinhos grow their grapes in carefully selected vineyards. Their vineyards have textures that are rich in shale and minerals. Arinto, Antão Vaz, Roupeiro, Alicante Branco, Trincadeira das Pratas, Rabo de Ovelha, Terrum, Alicante Bouschet, Touriga Nacional, Alfrocheiro, Trincadeira, Castelão, Baga, Aragones, Moreto, Tinta Carvalha grow here at best care. The winery uses its knowledge of pests and diseases of vines to good extent and allows minimal use of spraying .