AdegaMãe launches Special Wine Tourism Programme to celebrate Valentine’s Day
January 31, 2020
A romantic experience which provides a visit to what is considered to be one of the country’s most beautiful wineries, and also includes a wine tasting, brunch and an offer of the house’s most iconic wine – the gastronomic and seductive Dory White! The programme will be available throughout February.
AdegaMãe, a key wine tourist destination in the Lisbon Wine Region, is starting on 1 February a programme which has its inspiration in Valentine’s Day. The Valentine’s Day Programme will be available until the end of the month, offering special conditions for two for a romantic experience around vines and wines, including a guided tour of the winery, a wine tasting, brunch (highlighting wine pairing with regional produce), chocolate and also the offer of the house’s iconic wine – the gastronomic and seductive Dory White. The price is €70 per couple.
Bookings, subject to daily limitations, can be made by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 261 950 100. Also on the occasion of Valentine’s Day itself, from 10 to 14 February, AdegaMãe will launch a 20% discount campaign on purchasing a second bottle from the Dory Reserve range. The campaign is valid for purchases at the winery shop, located in Torres Vedras, only 30 minutes from Lisbon.
AdegaMãe is the result of the Riberalves Group’s investment in a new business area, and came about as a tribute by the Alves family to their matriarch, Manuela Alves. The concept of “Mãe” (Mother) was the inspiration for a space of birth and creation, in which we want to enhance the best grapes and give birth to the best wines. Focusing on the production of unique wines, thanks to its proximity to the sea and the influence of the Atlantic climate, AdegaMãe is also a reference for wine tourism in the Lisbon Region, standing out for its fine architecture and all the activities developed around vines and wines. As a Riberalves Group company, the Dory brand (inspired by the Dóris, the vessels formerly used by the Portuguese in cod fishing) represents the main range of its marketed wines.