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In the oldest wine region in the world, the Quinta da Penalva or Perdiz was born in the 1990s. This arose from the joining of small plots of land, mostly old vines, inherited from ancestors for whom the cultivation of vines was of little secret, as they had always done it. Later, and already with the current owner, more parcels were added, thus joining the old vines to new plantations, cultivated using the most recent planting techniques
<div class="goog-inline-block goog-toolbar-button-outer-box">Cistus Reserva White Wine harvest of 2017 has a floral and citric aromas, standing still some mineral notes. The palate is fruity, with good acidity and greasiness, good volume in the mouth, full and pleasant.</div> <div class="goog-inline-block goog-toolbar-button-outer-box"></div>
<p>VINILOURENÇO is based in the Upper Douro, in Poço do Canto village near the City of Meda. It was created with the mission of transforming and revitalizing the production of the vineyards that began to be planted in the 80's by Horacio Lourenço, after returning from Angola. His wine passion led him to develop his heritage</p>
<p>Quinta do Espinho occupies 20 hectares on the mouth of the river Távora with the left bank of the river Douro, the center of wine growing in the Douro valley, in the Cima Corgo sub-region, where some of the emblematic farms of port wine are located .</p>
<p><span>The history of the wines of the Casas do Côro begins with the purchase of old vineyards with more than 80 years in Marialva and evolves with a plantation of 9 hectares of the best varieties of white grapes. With a common origin in the Beira interior, share a passion for the land where they were born, for their traditions, smells and aromas, there continuing to credit and bet heavily on a territory that they consider unique. They are wines with a very fresh and mineral character, with exuberant acidity but above all are wines with soul and proof that with good wines you can make good friends!</span></p>
<p>The Series wines represent the passion for innovation and experimentation in the search for new and interesting wines.</p> <p>This effort reflects the backstage work developed by winemaking and viticulture team, through a selection of more than 30 different indiginous grape varietals (some close to extinction) planted in Real Companhia Velha estates in the last 20 years. Thus, the grand objective is to search for a new style of Douro wine through the most distinct varieties and test it amongst our consumers</p>
<p>Vila Regia is the denomination conferred to settlements founded, in times, by a king. In Portugal there are numerous settlements of these referenced through charters or charters that illustrated royalties, rights and duties of lands and populations</p>