This Neoclassic building, still with Baroque influence, was built in the early 19th century by Luís Pereira Velho de Moscoso, a nobleman of the Royal House and Knight of the Order of Christ, among other honourable positions within the Monçan community. He built the Palácio da Brejoeira in an old family farm called Quinta do Vale da Rosa. In 1937, it was bought by Commander Francisco de Oliveira Paes to give to his daughter Maria Hermínia Silva d'Oliveira Paes, born in 1918. It was she who restructured the property and proceeded to plant and sell the prestigious wine from the Alvarinho variety, "PALÁCIO DA BREJOEIRA". The Alvarinho grape variety planted in clayey-calcareous soils, gives origin to unique and easily identifiable wines, with personality and strong temperament.