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Alentejo wines continue to invest in the Angolan market and bring together customers and partners

One month after resuming in-person activities in Angola, the Alentejo Regional Wine Commission (CVRA) once again brought together customers, partners and opinion leaders in Luanda, in a new training session and a wine dinner, with the aim of publicizing the quality of Alentejo wines, reinforce proximity to Angolan distributors and consumers, and encourage a greater presence in the market.


The actions took place this Friday, at PIMM's restaurant, with the participation of wine educator Sebastião Vemba.

Around 20 participants were present at each moment, who had the opportunity to learn about the characteristics of some of the best and most emblematic Alentejo wines, coming from the second largest wine region in Portugal.

"At each event, participants were able to taste and taste five wines that perfectly represent the quality of Alentejo wine products. Our wine is produced with different types of national and international grapes (varieties), using a variety of winemaking and aging processes. ", said Francisco Mateus, president of the CVRA board, adding that "Alentejo has a Mediterranean climate with a strong continental influence, making it hot and dry in summer and cold and dry in winter, and these characteristics help to define the recognized quality of the region's wines".

In a statement sent to VerAngola, CVRA explains that in Alentejo it is possible to find the most diverse types of wine: white, characterized by being aromatic, fresh and harmonious; pink, with an aroma of wild fruits, such as strawberries and currants, being young, smooth and fresh wines; reds, with intense aromas of ripe red fruits, appearing soft and balanced; and sparkling wines and liqueurs.

Recalling that Angola is currently the 5th largest destination market for Alentejo wine products, Francisco Mateus assures that CVRA's objective is to "strengthen ties and distribution in this country", and challenges consumers to "have the perfect company in your meals, with Alentejo wines".

Created in 1989, CVRA is responsible for ensuring control of the origin and quality of wines from the Alentejo Region, and for their certification with Denomination of Controlled Origin (DOC) or Alentejo Geographical Indication, this certification guaranteeing the quality of the wines that reach consumers' tables.


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