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Cacho de Uva
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While predominantly a hilly cork forest, a vineyard has recently been planted in an open valley producing Alicante Bouschet, Aragonêz, Touriga Nactional and Syrah quality grapes. Most of the grapes are sold; however a selection of the best quality grapes are retained for the production of a high quality red wine sold in Portugal under the cem Reis label, and in the Netherlands under the Het Tientje name.