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Álvaro, passionate about his profession and passionate artist, among his wine-growing activities in the extensive vineyards of the Real Companhia Velha, always finds time to play chords, but also to create a unique wine from the vineyards of Alto da Cumieira, in the Low Corgo
<p><span>Lua Cheia is a result of the passion to display the individuality and character that the creators of this project, have with the Douro region for more than two decades. Lua Cheia wants to show the world what is best produced in Portugal. The passion for the wines began in the Douro, but was divided later by other regions</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 class="tw-data-text tw-text-large tw-ta" id="tw-target-text" dir="ltr"><span lang="en" xml:lang="en">The white wine Dona Francisca is produced by António Augusto Ferreira, who left beer production to settle in Folgosa do Douro where he produces wines of superior quality that are in love with the world.</span></p>
<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>