Quinta da Alorna was born in 1723. After the conquest of the Alorna fortress in India, the viceroy D. Pedro de Almeida returned to Portugal, receiving the title of Marquis de Alorna and granting the property the name it has today.
On the banks of the River Tagus and with the entrance marked by the most magnificent and rarest tree in the world, known as 'bela sombra' (beautiful shade), Quinta da Alorna stands out not only for the quality of the wines it produces but also for its natural spaces. With a total area of 2800 hectares, located in the center of Portugal, near Santarém, Quinta has been diversifying its business areas based on sustainability, social responsibility and nature conservation.
Quinta da Alorna wines are made from a selection of the best grape varieties and produced using new technologies in wine production. With 220 hectares of vineyard that are divided between vine varieties such as Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Alicante Bouchet, Arinto, Verdelho, Chardonnay, Fernão Pires, Sauvignon Blanc, Alvarinho, etc., Quinta da Alorna produces wines with quality, excellence and competitiveness that the national and international market demands.