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  • A.M.O. Brewery

    A.M.O. Brewery

    A.M.O. stands for “I love” in Portuguese, and it also stands for the initials of its creator and founder, Margaret Orlowski. Margaret learned to home-brew in Canada, and continued hobby brewing after moving to Lisbon.

  • Adega Belém Urban Winery

    Adega Belém Urban Winery

    They are Catarina and David, winemakers and owners of Adega Belém Urban Winery. They both love wine and they both love Lisbon. That’s why they have built their winery in a former car repair shop in the heart of Lisbon’s urban neighborhood of Belém. The grapes come from small vineyards nearby.

  • Adega Rama

    Adega Rama

    Adega Rama is a new project in Bairrada, with its first vinification in 2011 and the beginning of its commercial activity in July 2012. It arises from the joint motivation of Jorge Rama and the winemaker António Selas, which led the Rama family to take the construction initiative of the winery in strong line with wine tourism.


    AILÀMA Aguardente

    AILÀMA, Medronho with Art and Tradition.

  • Almeida Garrett

    Almeida Garrett Wines

    For over 100 years, the Almeida Garrett family has been nurturing Chardonnay vines and producing award-winning, complex yet elegant varietal white wines. In addition to local red varieties, such as Tinta Roriz and Touriga Nacional, Chardonnay is one of the most prestigious grape varieties, with the added value of growing in Beira Interior, with its special soils, towering altitudes and peak temperatures.

  • Alteia Wines

    Alteia Wines

    Fausto J. Montenegro Vieira Cardoso inherited and purchased three parcels of land in the Douro valley planted with vines and olive trees. After his studies in agronomy in the University of Lisbon (ISA) and many years abroad, where he have followed closely and with great interest the economy of the vine and wine in Europe and around the world, he decided to take action to enhance the value the wine and olive oil production from these parcels, in a difficult location with neither well-known wines nor a family wine-making tradition (it had been lost with the advent of cooperative wineries).

  • António Braga

    António Braga

    "After 20 years of working for others, I decided to make my own wines."

  • António Madeira

    António Madeira Wines

    Since 2010 António Madeira, a Portuguese-descendant Frenchman with family roots in Dão, Serra da Estrela, has been researching and growing old vines located in special places. With passion, dedication, and precision, applying methods that are respectful for the life of the soil and that facilitate the expression of the terroir in the wines. It does not use herbicides and works the soils manually with hoes and the help of a horse.

  • APRT3

    Aparte Wines

    A barrel that was left out. As if it were the ugly duckling.
    They adopted, cared for, and threw.
    Every year is a different vintage, a different canvas as a work of art.
    They are limited editions, exclusive and exclusive.

  • Arribas Wine Company

    Arribas Wine Company

    Arribas Wine Company was founded in 2017, in Bemposta, Mogadouro. They aim to produce authentic wines based on regional varieties, old vineyards, traditional techniques, and a degree of innovation. Thus, strive to farm their vineyards as sustainably and respectfully as possible and make their wines in a minimalistic way.

  • Azienda Agricola COS

    Azienda Agricola COS

    Three friends founded Azienda Agricola COS, in 1980: Giambattista Cilia, Giusto Occhipinti, Cirino Strano. The acronym of their last names is where the name for the winery – COS – comes from. The winery follows the principles of biodynamic faming to help the vines find and maintain a balance with nature to be able to express their true character and that of their terroir

  • Azores Wine Company

    The Azores Wine Company was founded on April 3rd, 2014, by the partners António Maçanita, Filipe Rocha and Insula Vinus, Lda.

    The story of three people profoundly connected to the Azores who crossed paths by the end of the first decade of the 21st century, brought together by a passion to which they dedicate a significant part of their lives: wine and gastronomy.

    Amongst the several projects they are involved in, we find wine production in Pico, the recovery of an endangered grape variety, as well as the promotion of the Azorean wine and gastronomy.

  • Bodegas e Viñedos Mengoba

    Bodegas e Viñedos Mengoba

    The vineyards are located in the town of Espanillo, in the region of Bierzo, at the headwaters of the river Cúa. El Bierzo in its purest form.

  • Cabeças do Reguengo

    Cabeças do Reguengo

    The family project was born in 2009 with the purchase of the Quinta, which is located 600 meters above sea level and a few meters from the source of the Caia River. It has 7.8 hectares of total area, 4.5 hectares of vineyards, olive groves, 2 vegetable gardens, all kinds of native fruit trees, garden, and forest. They recover the property (abandoned since 2002) and implemented the traditional agricultural system. A system in which Man lives from Nature and with Nature, in subsistence agriculture, poor in resources but integrated into the landscape and in the balance of the ecosystem.

  • Casa da Carvalha

    Casa da Carvalha

    Casa da Carvalha is located in the municipality of Arganil, built about 200 years ago, and its vineyards are located in the southernmost part of the Dão region.

  • Casa de Cello

    Casa de Cello

    Casa de Cello is a family business dedicated to winemaking in their estates for four generations.

  • Casa de Darei

    Casa de Darei

    The natural approach to wine production allows enhancing the terroir getting the maxim elegance and purity in the final product. The wines are handcrafted and look for personality, elegance and structure. 

  • Casa de Vilacetinho

    Casa de Vilacetinho

    The history of Casa de Vilacetinho is somewhat intertwined with the history of the Vinhos Verdes. Located in Alpendurada, part of Marco de Canavezes, it’s one of the oldest brands of the region, adding important milestones to the history of Portuguese wines.

  • Casa do JOA

    Casa do Joa

    Casa do JOA will tell the story of Parada, its people and traditions. This is the only way to appreciate the intensity of the aromas of the Alto do Joa wine.

  • Casa Romana Vini

    Casa Romana Vini - Quinta do Porto Nogueira

    Romana Vini produces its wines in two different properties: Quinta do Porto Nogueira and Quinta da Escusa. These two places are only 12 km apart from each other, belonging to different wine-growing regions. Quinta do Porto Nogueira is located in the Lisbon Region (DOC Óbidos) and Quinta da Escusa in the Tagus Region (DOC Santarém).

  • Casal Figueira

    Casal Figueira

    Heritage of António A. L. F. Carvalho

    The wines Casal Figueira are produced from old vineyards of Vital, grape variety autochthonous from the North side of Montejunto Mountain where soil, climate and grape variety are in perfect adequation for centuries.

  • Cátia Laranjo

    Catia Laranjo Etnom Wines

    "I was born and raised on Pico Island, where the subsistence of this island has always been linked to viticulture. I grew up with my father in this system of grapes, vineyards, wineries: viticulture, pruning, grafting and burning." Cátia Laranjo

  • Caves São João

    Founded in 1920 by the brothers José, Manuel, and Albano Costa, Caves São João is a family business initially focused on selling Porto wines and liqueurs. Today, it is the oldest family business still operating in the municipality of Anadia.

  • Champagne Landragin & Barbier

    Champagne Landragin & Barbier

    Champagne Landragin & B.J. Barbier was born on a French hillside dotted with vineyards in 2015. Under the mastery of Benoît Barbier, the fourth generation of two families of Champagne winemakers in Verzenay, the winery near Reims produces a selection of champagnes intended for celebration.

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