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The Quinta was created in 1346 by the Counts of Ourém and was donated to the Convent of Grace of Santarém dos Agostinhos Calçados, still called Quinta da Goucha.

Invaded by all the best that the Tagus has to offer, you can find Quinta da Atela more precisely in Alpiarça, a village located in the district of Santarém.

Initially created under the name of Quinta da Goucha, in the 14th century, Quinta da Atela even belonged to the son-in-law of D. Nuno Álvares Pereira, an emblematic figure for his role as Count of Arraiolos and Barcelos. After this period of ownership, the property passed through a Dominican order, which included some of the most illustrious figures in Portuguese history.

After the 25th of April, Quinta da Atela remained occupied for about 10 years. However, the Minister of Agriculture, belonging to the government of Dr. Mário Soares, returned the owners, finding the property in extremely poor conditions. In this way, the space was the subject of a restitution, building a new cellar and rebuilding all the storage places, as was the case of the cellars with more than a century.

Thus starting a new chapter for Quinta da Atela at the end of the 90's, nowadays the farm is still in the family's possession, but with a totally renewed identity. Versatility was given to all its spaces, with the palace being recovered and the entire range of wines reformulated.

The main activity focuses on wine production with high potential grape varieties, adapted to the soil and climate of the property, transmitting to the wines the best of the essence of the vineyards, the terroir and the Ribatejo.

Quinta da Atela currently has 580 hectares, where the cultivation of vines occupies an area of ​​130 hectares and VALGRUPO produces its own wines, cattle and develops activities with festive events and wine tourism. At Quinta da Atela there are spaces for social and leisure events, presentations of products and services, business meetings, conferences, meetings with friends and family, study visits or tourism.

This Quinta da Atela project has its origins in a historical passion for producing regional wine from the Tagus. We are currently proposing to expand the range of products and aim to make these brands a national reference in the production of wines of unquestionable quality.

This place is also of great importance for the context and understanding of Ancient History and Proto-History, as there are excavations and archaeological studies taking place at Quinta da Atela - Cabeço da witch.