The contrast of a modern wine cellar with our museum’s exhibition of antiques. It has a uniform and practical structure.

Here we have our laboratory and a large winemaking area, containing a room for the aging of our wines in barrels.

In the warehouse, filling and labeling is carried out, making us independent from viticulture to dispatch.


Casa da Urra

Spread over around 30 hectares of schist land, Casa da Urra’s vineyards include white varieties – Arinto, Antão Vaz, Verdelho and Alvarinho, to which a touch of Moscatel is added – and above all red varieties – Aragonez, Alicante Bouchet, Sirah, Trincadeira, Touriga Nacional and Alfrocheiro – very popular Portuguese varieties that allow a great margin of progression, now and in the future. This expectation is all the more justifiable as we know that, well tempered by the cool breezes blowing from the neighboring mountains, the entire vineyard benefits from a very particular microclimate, which allows it to produce some of the best grapes in the Alentejo. As the designation “casa” is legally mandatory, and unlike many other productions, Casa da Urra can only use its own grapes to make its wines.

Also using the most advanced specialization and technology, it can thus guarantee the continuation of the offer of wines with personality, and always with the same characteristics, meeting the tastes and preferences of thousands of good lovers of Alentejo nectars, who wait every year looking forward to the launch of new vintages, always with the seal of Rui Reguinga, one of the most renowned Portuguese winemakers.

Having placed “paradise” as the limit, since the beginning of its project, the great ambition of Casa da Urra is to provide tasty souvenirs to those who visit it, while at the same time seeking to climb all levels, among the best wines in the world.