Portugal - Douro
ポルトガル - ドウロ
The home of Port wine and one of the most beautiful wine regions in the world - a UNESCO World Heritage site!
The Douro river valley is home to over 100 indigenous wine grapes. These are the building blocks of modern styles of wine that are taking the world by storm.
Portugal - Alentejo
ポルトガル - アレンテージョ
ABOUT QUEVEDO PORT WINE
Quevedo is one of a new generation of family wineries based in the Douro. For many years, these families grew grapes and made Port wine for merchants based in Vila Nova de Gaia. When Portugal joined the EU in 1986, new legislation permitted wineries in the Douro to export their wines directly. As a result, the family brand “Quevedo” was born.
The Quevedo family cultivates 100 ha of vineyards across six properties in the Douro sub-regions of Cima Corgo and Douro Superior. The diversity of these vineyards provides grapes of varying aromas and flavors that are incorporated into the final product.
Quevedo also produces a very limited quantity of exceptional organic olive oil from ancestral groves in Valongo dos Azeites.
Quinta do Romeu is an organic producer in a remote corner of the Douro region, a wild ecosystem near the Spanish border. Grape vines, olive trees, and cork forests are cultivated on an annual cycle that provides sustainable employment to this isolated community throughout the year. It is the original biodynamic concept, long before the term was invented. The fourth and fifth generation of the family currently run the estate, largely as designed by the founder over 140 years ago.