Cartuxa (Portugal)

Cartuxa is a Superbrand.

The Cartuxa brand is one of the main assets of the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation, a non-profit institution created in 1963 that integrates the face of the city of Évora, a World Heritage.

Its headquarters are located in Páteo de São Miguel, rehabilitated by its founder, Vasco Maria Eugénio de Almeida, who immortalized the name by placing its patrimony and wisdom at the service of society.

Cartuxa is the umbrella brand of the productive area of the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation, which included the Cartuxa Winery, the Cartuxa Winery, the Cartuxa Enotourism and the Enoteca Cartuxa.

The insignia Cartuxa translates the identity of wines Vinea Cartuxa, EA, Foral de Évora, Cartuxa, Scala Coeli and the mythical Pêra-Manca. Álamos, EA and Cartuxa oils are also synonymous with quality and uniqueness.

The excellence, the quality and the individuality — in a very own style that marks the difference and defines an classic of Alentejo — are the fundamental characteristics that distinguish the Cartuxa brand.

These are also the values that the public and the consumer recognise in the Cartuxa brand. Wine, olive oil, wine tourism and the new Enoteca Cartuxa also translate these fundamental values.

In July 2016, the cultural and wine heritage of the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation was joined by the legacy of Alentejo cuisine. With an architecture of purified lines, at the Enoteca Cartuxa the perfect harmony between the wines of the Cartuxa Cellar and the Alentejo cuisine with a modern interpretation.

Also in 2016, Adega Cartuxa surprised the market with the launch of organic wines, EA Branco and EA Tinto. A bet that goes far beyond the valorization of land or sustainable agriculture. This is an investment in the future. Cartuxa, a synonym for excellence.

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