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  • Bacalhôa Vinhos De Portugal
    Aze, Portugal
    The vineyards surrounding the property are planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah varieties of grapes. The wine-making centre processes the grapes from the estate and the grapes of all its properties situated on the Setúbal Peninsula. This is the centre of operations for the bottling and warehousing of the finished product. It is extensive and spread over a number of buildings, including areas for the reception of grapes and classical wine making, fermentation in barrels, warehousing, bottling preparation, bottling lines, ageing of fortified wines and ageing in bottles.
  • Campolargo
    Anadia, Portugal
    Our vineyards are located in two proprieties: 110 hectares Quinta de S. Mateus in S. Lourenço do Bairro and 60 hectares, in Arcos, Quinta de Vale de Azar. In this last property, soils are mostly sandy-clay, with small calcareous areas. Sun exposure is mainly South and West. We have planted Baga, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, Pinot Noir, Trincadeira da Bairrada (periquita) and Cabernet Sauvignon as red varieties. White varieties are Bical, Arinto, Cerceal and Verdelho.
  • Casa de Arrochella
    Lisbon, Portugal
    The Casa de Arrochella seeks to bring you a range of wines and olive oils that reflect the best that is produce in the Douro region. Intense wines with character and soul, capable of providing true moments of pleasure. The red wine, the white wine and the Reserve red wine Grandes Quintas are the result of precise work of viticulture and oenology, which we always associate with our huge passion for Douro
  • Caves Messias
    Mealhada, Portugal
    Caves Messias produces high quality wines from several demarcated regions: Dão, Bairrada, Douro, Vinho Verde, Beiras, Terras do Sado and Vinho do Porto. The company is also known for the high quality of its Champagne method Sparkling wines and aged Brandies. Messias is based at Mealhada, a small city in central Portugal, in the heart of Bairrada region. Here the company has over 6.000 square meters of plants, and approximately 160 ha of vineyards, of which 70 are dedicated to the production of the famous wines of The Quinta do Valdoeiro (Estate).
  • Cockburn's
    Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal
    In the remote Upper Douro Valley, the magnificent 261 hectare (642 acre) Quinta dos Canais vineyard produces some of the Douro’s finest wines and has formed the mainstay of Cockburn’s Vintage Ports for nearly a century. At Canais, the grapes are picked by hand and are used for Cockburn’s premium wines, including Special Reserve. The entire vineyard is rated A, the maximum quality grading attributed by the Douro’s wine regulatory authority. Over half is planted with the Douro’s principal varieties, the Touriga Nacional (26%) and the Touriga Franca (33%). Significantly, 16% of the vineyard is planted with very old vines
  • Graham's Port
    Vila Nova De Gaia, Portugal
    The monk that time forgot - Port, the rich, sweet, fortified wine that is enjoyed across the world owes its existence to one monk, forgotten by history, in the remote Douro Valley. The grapes that are used to make Port must be grown in the mountainous Upper Douro region of Northern Portugal, the world’s first officially demarcated wine region in 1756. This protected region is the only place in the world that can produce authentic Port.
  • Justino's Madeira Wines SA
    Canico, Portugal
    For over a hundred years, wines from Justino’s Madeira have been increasingly popular throughout Europe. Principal markets include France, Germany, England, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, the Benelux countries, Spain and Scandinavia, as well as in the United States, Canada, Brazil and Japan. Today, Justino’s, Madeira Wines, S.A. holds one of the largest stocks of Madeira Wine on the Island, including high quality wines aged in oak casks, which enables the company to meet the requirement of the most demanding and selective consumers.
  • Quanta Terra
    Alijo, Portugal
    n 1998 the future partners and winemakers of Quanta Terra Winery, Jorge Alves and Celso Pereira, began to select the ideal soils, locations for vines, grafts, exposure, altitude, slope, grapes, vine age, and more for their new vineyard. They understood that the character of wine is determined by the quality of the land where it is produced, and the choice of land is determined by man. After a long selection process, Alves and Pereira chose a location for Quanta Terra Winery in Tralhão, within the Douro Superior region. The company was officially founded in 1999.
  • Quinta dos Roques
    Cunha Baixa, Portugal
    Considered as one of the leaders of the region, Quinta dos Roques combines in a perfect way century old traditions with the most updated technologies, resulting in one of the finest 'quinta' wines produced in Portugal, being the pride of it's creators.
  • Sogrape Vinhos S.a.
    Avintes, Portugal
    From the pioneering days of buying barrels of wine from small producers in the Douro for processing and bottling in a rented cellar in Vila Real, Sogrape Vinhos has steadily grown. Continuous investment has expanded and developed the company’s assets and workforce to such a degree that Sogrape Vinhos owns over 830 hectares of vineyards in all the key Portuguese wine regions. Nowadays, the full scope of Sogrape Vinhos is clearly demonstrated by the breadth and weight of its portfolio. At first glance, what immediately stands out is the presence of two major global Portuguese wine brands - Mateus Rosé and Sandeman as well as the prestigious wines of Porto Ferreira and Offley.
  • Adega Cooperativa de Arrunda dos Vinhos
    Arrunda dos Vinhos, Portugal
  • Adega Cooperativa De Ponte De Lima
    Ponte De Lima, Portugal

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