Rota dos Vinhos do Alentejo – Alentejo Wine Route
Nestled amidst the buildings and monuments in the historical center of Évora, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this tasting room is ready to welcome you to travel through the history of the Alentejo wine region, the ancestral tradition of Talha wine, the soils and grape varieties, and also to discover the various wine tourism activities that make up the Alentejo Wine Route.
The Comissão Vitivinícola Regional Alentejana (CVRA) – Alentejo Regional Winegrowing Commission – was founded in 1989 to certify, controll and protect the Alentejo PDO and Alentejano PGI wines. It is also responsible for promoting the Alentejo wines both domestically and in selected international markets.
In this tasting room in Évora, you will have a chance not only to learn about wine tourism in the Alentejo but to taste the best Alentejo wines, in a surprising and educational journey across the wide range of terroirs and Alentejo grape varieties.
The Commission’s intention is that you will also discover other aspects of regional culture and customs in Alentejo, including the buildings and monuments, the local crafts, the cultural and tourist events, the gastronomy and the people.
The cost of the tasting is €5 per person, and no advanced booking is necessary.
Discover the new Alentejo Wine Route Tasting Room in Évora, participate in the daily tastings and buy wines or prepare a program to visit the wineries in the Alentejo!
Discover the Alentejo wine region!