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Inserted in the purest landscape of Alto Douro Vinhateiro, in Ervedosa do Douro, São João da Pesqueira, the Quinta do Pessegueiro winery distinguishes itself by its extraordinary architecture. Authentic challenge of technology, this cellar has been designed in such a way to use the natural gravity throughout the whole process that turns the grape into wine. The wines produced at Quinta do Pessegueiro are the result of a complete and balanced project.
<p>Manuel Correia was born into a modest family, which for three generations drew sustenance from a patchwork in the Douro.</p> <p>Douro Family is a tribute to his roots, to his family, to the men and women who helped to build up the brand, parts of a whole turned into a remarkable product.<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>Wine taught him about the time it takes for a dream to germinate, grow and gain strength</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><span> Morgadio da Calçada is one of the 13 manor houses that tell the stories of the major Port wine producers of Provesende. Surrounded by terraces covered in vineyards and olive trees, the house takes us on a comfortable and refined journey back to the 17th century</span></p>
<p>The Symington family, with Scottish, English and Portuguese ancestry has been present in the Douro for five generations — since 1882 — and through the current generation’s great grandmother, the family’s links to the wines of the Douro span 14 generations, to the mid-17th century and to the very beginnings of the history of Port</p>