What Am I: Outeiros Altos Nas Rosas
It is the result of regenerative agriculture practiced for more than 20 years, focused on the ecological integration of the vineyard in the agro-silvo-pastoral ecosystem of the Alentejo cork oak forest.
The vineyards are rich in biodiversity, from indigenous grape varieties, in rocky hillside soils, in the microclimate of Serra d’Ossa, at 350 meters above sea level.
The cellar, small and functional, inserted in the middle of the vineyards and operating essentially by gravity, conserves a rich collection of Alentejo talhas (clay pots) in use since the 16th century. A singularity that allowed its integration in the Alentejo’s Wine Route. This is the legacy left to the new generation. The new approach, young, irreverent, minimalist, passionate and beautiful, reflects the way in which the new generation sees the family tradition of producing wines.
Setting out to discover the vineyards, in the heart of Alentejo, in a place where nature dominates, Constança discovers the taste of grapes from native varieties planted there for over 20 years.
With its eyes set on the future, without forgetting the past, she dares to reinvent.
Like her, the wines of this selection also demonstrate the lightness and freshness that there, next to the mountain, are expressed in a natural way.