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  • Adega do Monte Branco

    Built in 2006, the Monte Branco Winery is integrated in the Alentejo landscape, in a privileged location, facing the city and the castle of Estremoz.

  • Alvaro Vanzeller

    The Van Zeller family is the first to be aware of an uninterrupted series of 14 consecutive generations dedicated to trade in Douro and Port wines, unprecedented in any other "dynasty" of families involved in the wine business .
    Cais da Ribeira is one of the most emblematic streets in the city of Porto and was chosen by Condé Nast Travel as one of the "31 streets in the world to go before dying".

  • Alves de Sousa

    The production of wines is a familiar tradition for Domingos Alves de Sousa: his father (Edmundo Alves de Sousa) and his grandfather (Domingos Alves de Sousa) had already been winemakers in the Douro.

  • Barão de Vilar

    The Barão de Vilar - Vinhos, S.A. is the most recent company of Port Wine, having been constituted, in January of 1996, from a stock of wines acquired by Fernando Luiz van Zeller, ceded to his two sons Fernando and Álvaro.

  • Barros

    The name Barros is now a reference in the history of Port Wine.

  • Butler, Nephew & Co

    The brand Butler, Nephew & Cº, was created in the city of Porto by H. Burmester and John Nash in 1730.

  • C. da Silva

    C. Da Silva (Wines) SA is a House of tradition in Port Wine. Founded in 1862, its current name was defined in the first decades of the twentieth century, when Mr. Clemente da Silva received the company through marriage.
    They are light wines, young, easy to drink and intended for the public who are looking for good wines at affordable prices.
    At that time, showing an exporting vocation, it directed the first steps towards Brazil and North America, but soon after other markets as the own Europe and Asia.
    Today, C. Da Silva's mission is to produce Port wines, with high quality standards that meet the wishes of all consumers, guaranteeing the prestige, reputation and perception of the brand's value.

  • Cálem

    Porto Cálem was founded in 1859 by António Alves Cálem who, taking advantage of the commercial freedom regime in the Douro wine area, soon turned his commercial intentions to the other side of the ocean - Brazil.

  • Casa Agrícola Quinta do Falcão

    The company Casa Agrícola da Quinta do falcão owns two farms:

    - Quinta do Falcão, in Vila Chã de Ourique (where the offices, the Stables, Rooms of Evidence and Spaces for specific events are located);
    - Quinta da Fonte Bela, near the Tagus / Valada, where the winery is located.

  • Casa Ermelinda Freitas

    The company, started in 1920 by Deonilde Freitas, continued by Germana Freitas and later by Ermelinda Freitas, has always paid special attention to wine.

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