Casal da Coelheira

The region's winemaking history dates back to 1170 when the top quality wines were appreciated by the first king of Portugal, D. Afonso Henriques. 

The winery at Tramagal is a traditional Portuguese facility. The exterior features timeless architecture, with massive white and yellow walls, while the interior revels state-of-art winemaking technology and processes.

Casal da Coelheira Estate Winery is now home to some of the most innovative wines inside the Tagus River wine region.   With long, extreme summers and cold wet winters, what makes Quinta do Casal da Coelheira so special is the Iberian Tagus river, including the floods and the more extreme climatic conditions. 

The sandy soils retain small quantities of water, and every year the vines stress to reach this water. This results in the production of less leaf and more concentrated grapes, creating impressive terroir flavors in the resulting wines.