Mulching involves covering the soil with a layer of vegetation – compost – as a form of protection.
Offering several advantages, mulching is a technique used to prevent weeds, increase soil fertility and health and conserve moisture.
To do this, we use by-products of our main activity and straw from the cereals we cultivate.
Nature Save Tua

The Wine Regions Under Threat From Development

Patrick Schmitt writes about the dam that’s about to destroy an UNESCO heritage site at Douro.


Herdade do Esporão’s Wild Side

In the middle of tranquility, just look carefully to see all swarming life.

Agricultural Practices


We take all organic by-products of our activity to enrich our cultures.