Soc. Clemente Menéres Lda. (Menéres Family Estate) is a family-owned Estate company since 1874, lying Northeast of Portugal.
The company produces wine, olive oil and cork at Quinta do Romeu, Bragança district, and also owns the now extinct Monchique Convent and its outbuildings - which house the company's head-office and warehouses - in the marine promenade along the Douro River, in Porto, an area classified as World Heritage.
The Estate is entirely run under certified Organic Farming
<div class="short_desc"> <p>CVD - Companhia dos Vinhos do Douro is located on the left bank of the river Douro, near Tabuaço (between the cities of Régua and Pinhão), in Quinta do Cabeço, having a privileged location in the Douro Demarcated Region.</p> </div> <p></p>
<p><span>The Casa Agricola Águia Moura is a small family business that is dedicated, combining tradition and modernity, the production of DOC Douro wines, always with the aim of obtaining wine productions with great potential for quality</span></p>
<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>The brothers Antonio and Edmar Monteiro are the founders of the 1912 Winemakers company. <br />The passion for the world of wine comes early in the life of these two brothers, who since childhood helped their father at the Quinta de São Bernardo property on the banks of the Douro River.<br />Later they acquired Quinta de Águas, which allowed them to increase production but maintaining the same quality as the wines produced</p> <p></p>
<p>This company is based in the beautiful estate Quinta da Silveira, one of the oldest in the production of Port wines in the Douro Superior region, the Municipality of Torre de Moncorvo, and the parish of Adeganha.</p> <p>The company also owns Quinta do Tourão, with vines of enormous quality, in the same Vilariça Valley, which, due to environmental concern we are preparing for Biological production.</p>
<p>Vallegre - Vinhos do Porto S.A. is a portuguese company with centuries old tradition which has embraced the continuity of a family business for five generations deeply rooted in the Douro region</p> <p></p>
<p>Pormenor was born in the Douro Valley, Portugal, in 2013.<br />This project has a soul in its philosophy, giving priority to the main elements used in wine production: soil, vineyards, grapes and climate.</p> <p>Wine Republic</p>
<p>Quinta de Fafide is located on the outskirts of São João da Pesqueira on the River Torto at an average altitude of 550 meters. In this Quinta the grapes reach maturation without any sources of stress, either hydric or thermal, obtaining wines of unusual concentration and elegance.</p>
<p>CVD - Companhia dos Vinhos do Douro is located on the left bank of the river Douro, near Tabuaço (between the cities of Régua and Pinhão), in Quinta do Cabeço, having a privileged location in the Douro Demarcated Region.</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 class="_4bl7"></div> </div>
<p>At the height of 640 meters, in the heart of the "Douro International Park", the DOURO COLINAS project was born.<br />It is in the abrupt transition of the granites of the plateau and the first folds of shale to the river Douro that is, among cliffs and cliffs, the farm with 450ha of which 106ha of vineyard.</p>
<p>Ferradosa is a white wine with vibrant fruit on the nose, with touches to peach, apricot and some tropical fruits. The wood is present with some aroma of vanilla and smoked. In the mouth, this wine proves to be extremely fresh, appearing an impressive minerality, which perforates the tastes of the barrel, creating an extremely fresh, vibrant and balanced wine.</p>