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Our Story

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Quinta do Vale do Armo

Quinta do Vale do Armo dates back to the 20th century when it originally spanned 9 hectares of land, making it one of the largest estates producing flax, vine, and olive in the Middle Tagus region. Its name derives from the term “Armo,” a designation given to a piece used in the spinning wheel for flax.

Located in the municipality of Sardoal, a historic town with traces of Roman presence and Arab influence, but which experienced its “golden period” in the 16th century in architecture, culture, and art. With a privileged position in the Ribatejo region, bordering on Alentejo and Beiras, and influenced by the northern bank of the Tagus River, the factors that make the terroir of Bairro do Tejo a unique place for viticulture stand out.

our terroir

Temperate Climate, Clay-limestone Soils, Altitude 150-250m, resulting in wines with a very fruity and smooth character.

Quinta Vale do Armo has an area of 90 hectares of vineyards and has a total of 18 grape varieties.

Sustainable Techniques

In 2005, the estate underwent a modernization process in agriculture with the introduction of national and international grape varieties, the use of sustainable techniques that respect nature and biodiversity. Two years later, with the construction of the winery, it reflected the owner’s desire to produce a proprietary brand that would become one of the main products of the municipality of Sardoal, adopting the same affectionate reference “Vila Jardim,” as the streets and houses of the town are always adorned with flowers, as a hallmark of wines from the Tejo region.

our aim

We produce authentic and quality wines,
use sustainable production methods
and always consider nature

vale do armo map

In 2019, entrepreneur Thomas Lindeborg added this estate to his wine group, currently becoming the logistical centre of the Lindeborg Group, with a winery capacity of 1,200,000 L of wine, from three terroirs: Tejo (Quinta Vale do Armo); Alentejo (Herdade da Cabeceira) and Lisbon (Quinta da Folgorosa and Vale de Cortém).

Quinta Vale do Armo has an area of 90 hectares of vineyards and has a total of 18 grape varieties: 7 white varieties (Antão Vaz, Arinto, Síria, Verdelho, Alvarinho, Viosinho and Sauvignon Blanc). And also 11 red varieties (Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Aragonez, Trincadeira, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Miúda, Syrah, Alicante Bouschet, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Merlot).

Exploring traditional olive groves, especially the Galega variety, is also one of the products we value and offer to our customers, as a complement to Mediterranean cuisine.