Vitor Claro stopped balancing between his restaurant and wine to make it clear that he wanted to dedicate himself 100% to net happiness. Initially caught by the wine bug in large stores with oenophiles and producers of deep throats, he went to find in the North Alentejo, in the Serra de São Mamede, a corner to appease his wine itching. The old vineyards in schist soils at 750m altitude are above the Alentejo ember, in a color of local grape varieties (Alicante Bouschet, Tinta Francesa, Moreto, Castelão, Trincadeira and others). The positive murmurs about the potential of the Portalegre region and the desire for freshness convinced Vítor that if at least there was still no Domaine, he could find there a terroir to join as in the Domino pieces. Rita was the fundamental piece that was missing for the organization of the pieces, to give the lightness and the focused energy to make together fresh, honest, bonacheirões wines as her mentor. They make winemaking without perlimpimpim powders, revealing a lighter and more digestive Alentejo, completely outside the mainstream of Alentejo. Since 2015 they have started experimenting with other regions, with Colmeal in the Beira interior area, Las Vedras in the West of Lisbon and more recently they started taking care of a vineyard in Carcavelos. Whoever has a hand in the kitchen, has a nose in wine.