'Vale do Bero' was created by the doctor and businessman Paulo Múrias, after several unsuccessful attempts and a long history of Portuguese imports.
With each bottle worth around 7,000 kwanzas, the wine is produced in the valley of the Bero River, near Moçâmedes (Namibe), as a result of the exploration of Fazenda Cruz, in an implementation process that has been going on for about eight years.
According to Expansão, after initially investing in the production of olives and having imported 14,000 olive trees from South Africa, but with no profitability in sight, they decided to invest in vineyards.
"Our idea, even considering the available space, was always to avoid producing in quantity to bet on quality", revealed Paulo Múrias, in statements to Expansão.
The Portuguese winemaker Mário Andrade is also part of the project, since it was necessary to find specialists to arrive at a quality wine to be produced in the country.
For now, exports are out of the company's plans, however, investors want to double production in the years to come.
In addition to wine, the company also has in its sights the production of table grapes.