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The Enoport Group was born in 2005 from the union of a group of companies with great history and tradition within the Portuguese wine sector, such as Caves Velhas, Caves D. Teodósio, Adegas Camillo Alves, Cavipor, Caves Acácio and Caves Moura Basto. Joining the experience with the newest management and technology techniques, new companies were created based on three major core business areas: agriculture/tourism, production and distribution, each aiming at excellence and the commitment to the high standards demanded by a global market.
In 1010 the Enoport Group presents itself under a new corporate identity: Enoport United Wines, representing an idea, a concept and a strategy orientated towards the future. This new corporate identity states that the whole is stronger than the sum of the parts, sustains that this group of companies joining a precious historical value to a vision of future, expansion and growth and reflects the strategy of the Group as a combination of individual companies that are, at the same time, complementary, endowing it with know-how and efficiency along the value chain.
This Portuguese red wine is a blend of Tinta-Roriz (50%), Alfroucheiro (30%), and Touriga-Nacional (20%). Intense garnet in colour, with brownish tones, Catedral has an aroma of intense ripe red fruits with nuances of spice, wild fruits and toasted grains. The flavour is fruity, smooth, well balanced, harmonious and persistent.
Beer and ale are brewed in about 20 main styles, from wheat beer to stout, from Pilsner to bottle-fermented British ale.
Bourbon, Armagnac, Brandy & Cognac, Dry Gin, Irish Whiskey, Liqueur, Rum, Scotch Whisky, Tequila & Mezcal, Vodka.
Each of the world's major wine producing regions has a different story to tell about the development of its individual wines.
Beverage alcohol is combined with fruit juice or other liquids to create the equivalent of what a bartender may be asked to prepare