Douro & Vinho Verde

Portugal has been making wine since at least 2000 BC and has one of highest percentage vineyard plantings in the world. No other country has such a range of indigineous grape varieties. From light, refreshing wines in the northwest, to big, bold and complex wines of the South and the East, Portugal offers something for everyone, every meal and every occasion. But don’t take our word. Check it out for yourself.

Casa Cadaval

Tagus River, Muge, Portugal

Casa Cadaval’s history dates back over 400 year when the Palace of the Muge housed European royalty. In the beginning of the 19th century the house fell under the Dominion of Casa Cadaval when Dona Maria de Faro (Countess of Odemira) married D. Nuno Álvares Pereira de Melo, to become the first Duke of Cadaval. Today Dona Maria’s granddaughter Countess Teresa Schönborn is now the fifth generation of women to run the estate.

The vineyards are influenced by the presence of the former Tagus Delta endowed the soils with maritime minerals that today influence the wines of Casa Cadaval, giving them a unique freshness, minerality and elegance.

Casal da Coelheira

Tramagal, Portuga

Casal da Coelheira is a family owned estate alongside the great Tagus River (Rio Tejo in Portuguese), just one hour from Lisbon. The 64 hectares of vineyards benefit from the Mediterranean climate and the sandy soils which stress the vines.

A small pine tree forest inside the farm provides a home to a wide range of animals. The most abundant, the rabbit (coelho in Portuguese), gave his name to the Estate – “Casal da Coelheira,” roughly translated “little farm where the rabbits are born.”

Quinta da Devesa

Cima Corgo, Douro Valley

Quinta da Devesa Port Wines, are produced exclusively from lots vinified and aged in the estate. Since 1941, vintages considered of superior quality by the family winemakers, were kept and stored in wooden barrels in the winery cellars.

These extraordinary quality wines are used today to produce Quinta da Devesa Port Wines.

Quinta do Ferro

Douro Verde

Quinta do Ferro is a small family owned winery, with daughter Micaela Fonseca taking over in 2011.

The winery and vineyards are located in Vinho Verde along the Douro river near the border to the Douro valley.

Quinta da Lixa

Vinho Verde

The Meireles family cared for vineyards in the heart of Minho, Vinho Verde for years before deciding to build a small winery, what is now Quinta da Lixa (named after the small town surrounding the vineyard).

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