Viúva Lamego & Quinta da Alorna

Quinta da Alorna. So much to discover.

Our Reservas are distinguished by being blends of two grape varieties. In each of them we can find one of the best Portuguese grape varieties mixed with a French variety, here we present Alvarinho & Viognier.


In this spirit of unity, we joined @viuvalamego1849 to present the new image. All the pieces that make up the photographs of our Reservas are part of their ceramic collection.


Today especially recognized for its tiles, Viúva Lamego was born in 1849, at that time as a pottery workshop of António Costa Lamego. In 1876, after his death, his wife took over the management of the company, assuming the name by which she is known today.

Viúva Lamego mainly produced utilitarian items in red clay, white clay tiles and some earthenware.

Get inspired with our Reserva Arinto & Chardonnay, a combination of citrus notes and Arinto minerality with the ripe yellow fruit and toasty hints of Chardonnay.

With the arrival of the XX century, the tile became the main product from Viúva Lamego. During the 1960s, public art gained strength and Viúva Lamego grew hand to hand with architecture and urbanism, whether through the integration of tile as an art form or through the ceramics used in the decoration of buildings.

Today, the brand keeps its eyes on the future, creating partnerships with the most distinguished urban architects and artists.

See more at www.viuvalamego.com