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  • A Cerca dos Frades

    A Cerca dos Frades

    “Cerca dos Frades” is the designation for a parcel of land given by the population to the friars during its installation, at the behest of King D. Pedro III, in Santa Luzia on Pico Island. 

  • 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 "A Buraca"

    Adega "A Buraca"

    “A Buraca" is an initiative by Leonardo Ávila Silva, opened on November 11, 2007 and has been part of the Wine Route since 2013. Is a basaltic stone-made complex revivifying the history of Pico Island´s people, giving special prominence to the golden period of the famous “Verdelho” wine, which is known all over the world.

  • 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.

  • Altas Quintas

    Altas Quintas

    Viúva Le Cocq e Filhos, Lda, was the company created by the heirs of João José Le Cocq, founder of Quinta do Prado in Castelo de Vide. The Prado was, in 1850, a model farm in Portugal.

  • 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).

  • André Clouet

    André Clouet

    The origins of the Clouet family are lost in the mist of time. Distant ancestors held the position of printer to the King for several hundred years. It took the Clouet family more than two centuries and several generations to build up their collection of vineyards, the divine old masters of their House in Bouzy.

  • Antítese Vinhos

    Antítese wines are a personal project of two friends and winemakers Ricardo Santos and Gilberto Marques who decided to produce a wine with two grape varieties, one Portuguese and one foreign, which were unlikely to result in a blend, hence the name Antithesis.

  • 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.

  • Aparte Vinhos

    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 in an APARTE project.

  • Ataíde Semedo

    Ataíde Semedo led Quinta da Dôna that marked the history of Bairrada with classy reds like 1992, revealing with some prestigious producers in the area the potential of the Baga grape variety. In 2005 he sold the farm to Caves Aliança and started a new project in São Mateus in the Anadia area, planting 5 hectare of vineyards - 3 hectares for red grapes: Baga, Touriga Nacional, Syrah, and Pinot Noir and 2 hectares for white grapes: Bical, Cercial, Viognier, Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc).

  • Ávidos Douro

    Ávidos Douro

    As great wine lovers, they found in Douro Superior, amid their tales and traditions, the perfect conditions to produce wines capable of generating special pleasures and emotions in everyone who tastes them. Their dreams began to come through when we acquired our vineyards, Quinta do Sardoal and Quinta das Salgueiras, both in Torre de Moncorvo, Douro, sub-region of Douro Superior, the origin of some of the greatest wines of Portugal.

  • Bodega Colomé

    Bodega Colomé

    More than 180 years of history producing excellent quality wines, being the oldest winery in Argentina. The vineyards are located in the upper part of the Calchaquí Valleys, which is considered to be the world’s wine-growing region of highest altitude, ranging from 2,300 to 3,111 metres above sea level.

  • 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.

  • Cabrita Wines

    Cabrita Wines

    Cabrita wine comes from the picturesque Quinta da Vinha, property of the Cabrita family located in the municipality of Silves in the Algarve region, which has 6.6 hectares of vineyards.

  • Cas'Amaro

    Cas'Amaro

    It all started six years ago when we decided to acquire a 4.5 hectares property in Aldeia Galega da Merceana with the aim to start an enotourism project. It is here, under the influence of a typically Atlantic climate, that Cas’Amaro was born.

  • 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 da Senra

    Casa da Senra

    The wine Casa da Senra is produced by Quinta dos Abrigueiros in the valley of the Lima river, on the north of Portugal, between the villages of Ponte de Lima and Arcos de Valdevez.

  • Casa do Barroso

    Casa do Barroso

    Wine has always been a means of subsistence in the small village of Cunhas and, as a result, has become part of its identity. In turn, the wine produced by Casa do Barroso has historically excelled in quality.

  • 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

    CASAL FIGUEIRA  (THE PROJECT)
    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.

  • Casas do Côro

    Casas do Côro

    The history of Casas do Côro wines begins with the purchase of old vines over 80 years old in Marialva and evolved with the planting of 9 hectares of the best white grape varieties, which grew as did the friendship between the owners Cármen and Paulo Romão,  and the winemakers Rui Roboredo Madeira and Dirk Nieport.

  • Castello del Terriccio

    Castello del Terriccio

    It is Gian Annibale Rossi de Medelana (1942-2019), that Castello del Terriccio owes the notoriety that he currently enjoys in the world of wines. After inheriting the company in 1975, he decides to transform it into a research place of excellence in vineyards and wines, keeping the ancient character intact and defending a territorial heritage of great value and extraordinary beauty.

  • Chão de São Francisco

     Chão de São Francisco

    “Quinta de S. Francisco”, located 5 km far from Viseu city – or wasn’t Viseu the heart of the province of Beira – is, in its whole, an appealing and restful place of the picturesque and the calm, in which one feels to live in the landscape. It has a vast history, dating back to the 18th Century, along with the “Casa de Treixedo” in Viseu, properties of the Viscount of Treixedo, a detached member of the province noblemen’s family. “Quinta de S. Francisco” owns a referenced manor house of Beira, which represents an architectural, historical, and religious legacy, important for the region of Viseu.

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