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  • Opta
    Opta wines are the result of the partnership between Camilo Leite and oenologist Nuno Cancela de Abreu. This project was born in 2013 and i...

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  • Conde de Anadia
    The Conde de Anadia wines are born in the Palacio dos Condes de Anadia, in Mangualde. Wine production on this estate dates back to the 18th...

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  • Taboadella
    The Taboadella wines produced in the Dão region are the latest project of the Amorim family, also producers of the world-famous Quinta Nova...

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  • Rarissimo
    Osvaldo Amado, a renowned Portuguese winemaker and responsible for the success of several wines produced in the different regions of Portuga...

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  • Druida
    Druida is the name of the wine project that brings together two oenologists - Nuno Mira do Ó and João Corrêa - in 2012 to create a white ...

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  • Madre de Água: Unique wines of excellence
    The Madre de Água project was born in 2007 with the acquisition, by the couple Luis and Lurdes, of a property, in Serra da Estrela, with 16...

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  • Quintas das Marias - Elegance, depth and refinement,
    Quinta das Marias, located between Serra do Caramulo and Serra da Estrela, is a family business dedicated to the production of wines from th...

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  • Buçaco Wines: Heritage of Portugal
    "To drink a Buçaco is to travel in time, is to drink a glorious wine, created by Alexandre Almeida, a visionary. This is an opportunity tha...

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  • Julia Kemper
    As producers and people passionate about winemaking, Julia kemper's mission is to encourage the passion for Dão’s wine throughout the wor...

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  • DoDa - Two wine regions in the same bottle
    Inspired by an old idea of Rolf Niepoort, Dirk joined Alvaro de Castro to blend the “perfect wine”. The innovative approach was the unio...

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