The village of Azenhas do Mar had some of the oldest private wine cellars of the so called Colares Wine. Of these, those belonging to Luís Augusto and Manuel José Collares are known who, as far back as 1848, made and sold their own wine.
This estate’s history dates back to the beginning of the 18th century. The main house was built in 1720 and, surprisingly, managed to survive the 1755 earthquake due to its granite structure from the Sintra Mountains.
The Colares Regional Wine cellar was founded in 1931, currently bringing together more than 50 % of the region's production and more than 90 % of the producers.
2013. This was the year brothers Pedro and Nuno Ramilo were challenged by their father to embrace a family tradition of 4 generations.
Driven by the success of the Colares wines in 1921, the Viscount of Salreu erected, in Banzão, large cellars designed by architect Norte Júnior.
Located in the village of Almoçageme, this wine cellar is one of the oldest Colares wine producers. Viúva Gomes & Filhos, recipient of the Grand Prize at the 1915 Panama–Pacific International Exposition,...