Cooperative

Cooperative

The largest and oldest wine producer in the Azores continues to respect and preserve the way our ancestors made wine. It is this culture of respect for our history and traditions, combined with the irreverence of new knowledge, that makes our wines the best of the Azores.

Cooperative Winery of the year 2018

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Cooperative

Historical

The Pico Island Wine Cooperative was founded in 1949, by the efforts of the producers, trying to recover the noble grape varieties and the culture of the vineyard, in a stone corral, which is today classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The art

Techniques, arts and
traditions

In the Cooperative, the grapes hand-picked from the rocky vineyards, preserve the authentic culture that used simple and fragile basalt stone walls to protect the stubborn vengeance vineyard from the adverse weather conditions in this island Portugal.

Secular techniques, arts, and traditions that are still today the way to sprout stone wine.

Staff

The cooperative family

Losménio Goulart
Chairman of the Board of Directors
João Costa
Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors
Daniel Rosa
Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors
Pedro Cavaleiro
General coordinator
Humberto Faria
Cellarman
Fátima Goulart
Production
Ângela Pereira
Administrative
Paula Vargas
Sales and Purchasing
Joseph Chacon
Production
Mariana Silveira
Wine Tourism
Jessica Lemos
Communication and Marketing
Herculano Fanfa
Production
Nuno Silva
Production
Rita Rodrigues
Administrative assistant
Sara Jorge
International Marketing
Ana Bouça
Viculture Technician
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