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At the end of the 90's, with the development of the activity, João Pedro Araújo's family decided to acquire Quinta da Vegia, in order to start producing red wines.
Located in the Dão Region, next to the town of Penalva do Castelo, it currently has 20 ha of vineyards. His mindset followed a careful choice of grape varieties - Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Amarela, Alfrocheiro and Tinto Cão, Encruzado and Bical - in order to create Quinta da Vegia wines.
<p>Behind a great wine there is always a great story. In the case of Grão Vasco, it is written with words of dedication, rigor, innovation, experience and passion. Words that tell the past, the present and the future. A start dating back to the late 50's in a small regional company - Super-Dão Winery Ltd</p>
<p>The Quinta Pedra da Cancela is the fruit of the passion for the wine of the Gouveia family. The winemaking operation has been a family activity for several generations, in the beginning they were delivering their grapes at the Adega Cooperativa. In 1999, with the end of the superior studies in Viticulture and Enology of João Paulo Gouveia, son of João Coelho Gouveia, they decide to create their own wine. The vineyards were restructured, others were acquired and a modern wine cellar was built and with a high technology, all respecting the culture of the Dão demarcated region. In 2014 the name of the company became Pedra Cancela Vinhos do Dão Lda</p>
<p> Caminhos Cruzados was born from the initiative and will of the Santos family, born in Nelas, determined to return to their origins to invest in an old passion, the Dão wine.Recently, Caminhos Cruzados became part of the Terras e Terroir Group, owned by businessmen Paulo Pereira and couple Maria do Céu Gonçalves and Álvaro Lopes, which also includes Quinta da Pacheca and Quinta do Barrilário, in Armamar.</p>
<p>Doda red wine displays a sumptuous ruby colour and, for a vintage as balanced as 2012, offers floral aromas, dark berries, deep complexity and some body. The wood is well-integrated in the delicate mineral character of the wine. On the palate, it shows intense concentration, with firm tannins and great structure. Its minerality and superb acidity lend the wine freshness and balance, with a very long and vivacious finish its the power of the Douro and the elegance of the D in perfect harmony</p>
<p>In Portugal, IDEALDRINKS has a wide range of properties spread across several Portuguese wine regions, namely Bairrada, Dão and Vinhos Verdes.High quality wines, distillates and olive oils are created here from the best fruits, with the support of the latest technology and the precious collaboration of a team that brings together some of the most prestigious specialists in the oenology, distillery and olive growing sector</p>
<p>The Magnum Wines was born fed by a Ribeiro, Santo by the way, because it never would have dried or because the devotion thus credited it. Located in Oliveira do Conde, in the heart of the vineyard of Lusitânia, between the rivers Mondego and Dão</p>
<p>Located in Vilar Seco, municipality of Nelas, in the district of Viseu, Quinta da Teixuga is a 30 hectare property.<br />Located in the heart of the Dão Region, it is surrounded by mountainous massifs, such as Serra da Estrela and Caramulo. This location allows excellent thermal amplitudes for a good maturation of the grapes leading to its slow maturation producing wines with rich aromas and good acidity</p>