In 1917, Lago Cerqueira founds the Caves of Calçada with the construction of a cellar in the House. Casa da Calçada, moreover, had long produced wines, and had a crown that proved it: that which is today the oldest vineyard in the region.
<p>The grapes used for the Redoma White come from old vines growing on the right bank of the Douro River, at an altitude of 500 to 600 metres. The predominant grape varieties are Rabigato, Cega do Larinho, Viosinho, Donzelinho and Gouveio. The mica schist soils in which these vines thrive lend the resulting wines plenty of minerality, elegance and vibrant freshness</p>
<p>A & D Wines, a family-owned wine producer in the region of Baião (Vinhos Verdes).<br />A & D Wines has 45 hectares of vineyards in the Baião sub-region, divided by Quinta de Santa Teresa, Casa do Arrabalde and Quinta dos Espinhosos properties.</p>
<p><span>From Vinho Verde to the Alentejo, via the Douro and Dão, with "leaps" across to the Azores, Brazil and Argentina, Anselmo Mendes has undertaken a path as wine-maker, by cultivating a passion in each region, getting to know the voice of each land and trying to bring out the best in each wine. Today, as a consultant, he has had various successful projects from one end of Portugal to the other, and abroad.</span></p>
<p>Gatão is a cool, light wine; youthful, entertaining and daring. It is a wine for moments of relaxation when we can “switch off” and be induced into a good mood. It is an ideal wine to accompany day-to-day activities, and which, due to its natural coolness, re-animates the spirit</p>
<p>Azul Portugal was conceived with the purpose of creating a single brand that includes the most important wine regions of Portugal, with quality being its flag. The brand image was carefully chosen in order to appeal to all age brackets with higher wine consumption habits.</p>
<p>Raza Vineyard has 40 hectares and it is located in Celorico de Basto, in Vinho Verde Region (DOC). The unique terroir is created by the gentle slopes and the magnificent exposure to the sun. The soil benefits from its granite origins with areas of schist and clay. This is very unusual in Vinho Verde Region</p>