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Located in the sub region of Cima Corgo near the village of Pinhão, the Quinta do Passadouro dates back to the 18th century and was always famous for its port wines. The domain is located in the sub region of Cima Corgo near the village of Pinhão
<p>The Quinta Vale D. Maria is a very old property in the heart of the Douro Demarcated Region.<br />A small but dedicated team of winemakers and winemakers - Sandra Tavares da Silva, Joana Pinhão and Cristiano van Zeller - tries to ensure that each of the wines of Porto or Douro DOC represent the best of what the Region has to offer</p>
<p>Esporao Reserva Red produced by Herdade do Espor is a wine for special occasions that combines the universal culture of wine and art, via the reproduction of original works of art on its labels.</p>
<p>The Quinta do Côtto, in Cidadelhe, relatively close to the Régua, is a property of 75 hectares of vineyard and a plot built in the eighteenth century. The owners of the farm, the Montez Champalimaud family, exclusively produced Port wine until the beginning of the 20th century. In 1980 Miguel Champalimaud launched the first Quinta do Côtto Grande Escolha, consolidating the concept of Douro's quinta wines, which are still rare in the region.<br />The Quinta do Côtto brand has grown greatly in notoriety since then, until it became one of the most classic and prestigious references in the Douro region</p>
<p>Quinta do Crasto Vinhas Velhas is deep ruby in colour. The nose shows a particular complexity, with notes of gum cistus and fresh spice, very well integrated with exuberant aromas of wild fruits. Elegant on the palate, rapidly evolving into a wine of excellent volume and a compact structure made of fresh, velvety-textured tannins. The finish is lingering and balanced. A wine that mirrors the unique identity of the old vines of Quinta do Crasto</p> <p></p>
<p>Graham's was one of the first Port companies to invest in its own vineyards in Portugal’s Douro Valley in 1890 and is now at the cutting edge of innovation in winemaking techniques. This makes Graham’s a pioneer since always. </p> <p>Today five cousins of Symington family share responsibility for every aspect of the company and personally make the Graham’s wines</p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p>
<p><span>Quinta de S. José is a family project that began in early 1999 by the will of the João’s father, Ruy Brito e Cunha, due to the excellent location of the houses in the Quinta, practically on the side of the river.</span></p>
<p>MATEUS & SEQUEIRA VINHOS SA is based in the DOURO in S. João da Pesqueira - heart of the first demarcated region of the world and world heritage of humanity by UNESCO, as a young and enterprising company with a past full of work linked to the winemaking tradition and research in the Douro Vinhateiro region.</p>
<p>Quinta Maria Izabel covers 130 hectares of one of the most privileged areas of the Douro region. An impetus transformed into a great project.<br />An idea which turned out more than a Brazilian dream in Portuguese land. Welcome to an idea transformed into a great project</p>
<div class="_5aj7 _3-8j"> <div class="_4bl9"> <div class="_3-8w">Romaneira is a fine wine producer located in the Douro Valley (Portugal), owning one of the five largest estates in the region (400 hectares)</div> </div> </div>
<p>2160 is the altitude of the source of the Douro River, this river that extends from Spain to Portugal, dividing the Upper Douro, the Upper Corgo and the Lower Corgo into 2 distinct banks, from where the grapes are selected to make this wine. All the grapes come from altitude and the whole Douro has as its Mother the Serra de Urbión</p>