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Wineries & Exhibitors 

Portugal

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CARM - Casa Agrícola Roboredo Madeira

Portugal

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CARM is a company that is still entirely owned by the family that launched its activity, with records dating back to the mid-17th century. The agricultural operation has always been focused in the region where the Douro River begins its course exclusively in Portuguese territory. This is also where the oldest demarcated wine region begins – the Demarcated Douro and Port Wine Region.

Our goal has always been to produce high quality olive oils and wines, using only olives and grapes from our estates, with approximately 60 hectares of almond, 220 hectares of olive groves and 200 hectares of vineyards located around the village of Almendra, in the best part of the Upper Douro, included in the Côa Valley Archaeological Reserve.

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Fitapreta Vinhos

Portugal

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2011 is the start-up year of Maçanita Vinhos, two siblings, two winemakers in the Douro Valley. Joana Maçanita and António Maçanita felt like foreigners in this vast region full of tradition, customs and craft. The Maçanita siblings arrived in the Douro with a blank slate, eager to explore and unveil the diversity of the land.

Over the course of the years, Maçanita Vinhos has uncovered, with its wines, the diversity of the terroir of the Douro Valley in its purest and most faithful form. The wines of Maçanita share each facet of the Douro with the world, the “high-altitude Douro", the "hot schist Douro", the "cold granite Douro", the indigenous grape varieties, and the wines from old vines with a non-interventionist approach.

Maçanita Vinhos doesn’t follow a style or even set its own, it respects and is a faithful messenger of the Douro terroirs, a vision of the Douro "Á Maçanita".

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Herdade do Rocim

Portugal

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Herdade do Rocim is a property located between Vidigueira and Cuba, in Baixo Alentejo, with about 120 hectares, including 70 of vines and 10 of olive groves.

The Vidigueira fault, a natural accident that marks the division between Upper and Lower Alentejo, determines the raison d'être of Vidigueira, the southernmost wine-growing sub-region of the Alentejo. The east-west oriented cliffs, about 50 kilometers long, condition the climate of Vidigueira, making it, despite its location so far south, one of the sub-regions with the most temperate climate in the Alentejo.

At Herdade do Rocim, we have respected, since the beginning, the natural vocation of the region's terroir , producing fresh, elegant and mineral wines.

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Márcio Lopes Winemaker

Portugal

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Márcio Lopes started his own project in 2010, with the production of Pequenos Rebentos wines (Vinho Verde Region) and Proibido wines (Douro Region). In 2015, Quinta do Pombal was acquired, a vineyard with five hectares, in the Douro Superior, in Vila Nova de Foz Côa, consisting of one hectare of old vines, with several mixed varieties, with the remaining hectares being transformed into an experimental field of old castes. In 2019, an investment was made in a winery in Melgaço, to ensure greater autonomy and quality control.

This project is committed in the search for authenticity, promotes sustainability, uses native grape varieties from each region, putting a special focus on disused grape varieties to give them a new lease of life and investing in old vines to guarantee wines with distinctive character. Taste today, what you will like tomorrow!

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Poças

Portugal

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With more than 100 years of life, Poças is currently in the hands of the 4th generation, being one of the rare Port Wine companies that was born Portuguese and has remained in the hands of the same family since its foundation.

Poças has three estates – or “Quintas”, with one in each sub-region of the Upper Douro wine region, with a total area of 100 hectares, of which 75 hectares are planted with vines. Douro Demarcated Region is the oldest documented area of viticulture in the world and was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001.

The estates are Quinta das Quartas in Fontelas (Lower Corgo), Quinta de Santa Bárbara in Ervedosa do Douro (Upper Corgo) and Quinta de Vale de Cavalos in Numão (Upper Douro).

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Quinta Nova

Portugal

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Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo is located in the Cima Corgo sub-region. It extends over 120 hectares, spanning a 1.5 km stretch of the right bank of the Douro River, with a unique area of 85 hectares located within the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The vineyard has an average age of 45 years and currently has around 3500 plants planted per hectare. Using approximately 80 indigenous species, extracted from the original plantation of centuries-old vines that already existed on the estate, new cuttings and new vine plots have been created, currently distributed in 41 different plots, in function of their microterroir.

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Esporão

Portugal

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Founded in 1973 by José Roquette and Joaquim Bandeira, Esporão’s mission is to make the finest products that nature provides, in a responsible and inspiring way. Esporão is one of the leading wine companies in Portugal and one of the largest organic wine producers in the world. Playing a predominant role in the national and international projection of Alentejo, also present in the Douro and Vinho Verde regions, Esporão has become an ambassador of Portuguese culture, developing its activities in a sustainable manner and building close relationships with clients and consumers all over the world.

Herdade do Esporão – Alentejo
Quinta dos Murças – Douro
Quinta do Ameal – Vinho Verde Region

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Herdade Aldeia de Cima

Portugal

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With its unique biodiversity, in the Herdade da Aldeia de Cima, projected until 2020 the wines are designed in the vineyard - where we look for ancient wisdom, diversity, minerality of the soils and the silky textures that history has recounted and revealed to us!

In an attempt to nurture the typical regional characteristics of this warm region, that has been producing wine for more than 2000 years, Aldeia de Cima’s classic and elegant wines reflect the enormous complexity of the heterogeneous soils and the character of the native grape varieties and other varieties perfectly adapted to the region. Wines that preserve the history of the place, presented to the market two years after the grape harvest.

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João Brito e Cunha

Portugal

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João Brito e Cunha is one example of the new generation of winemakers and producers who settled in the Douro and launched personal projects. In his case, the challenge is to praise the family scrolls with his imprint and honor the memory of his fifth grandmother, D. Antónia Adelaide Ferreira, the “queen” of the Douro, also known as Ferreirinha.

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Niepoort

Portugal

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Niepoort is an independent family business since 1842.

Niepoort's mission is to maintain its position of "niche player", continuing to produce distinctive ports and Douro wines, combining centuries-old tradition with innovation. This combination has come to include throughout our growth wines from two other regions that have contributed to marking out the Douro - Bairrada - Dão triangle.

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Quevedo

Portugal

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Quevedo is part of a new generation of small family wineries based in the Douro. For many years, these families were growing grapes, and making Port wine, for merchants based in Vila Nova de Gaia. But when Portugal joined the European Union in 1986, legislation changed to allow both grape growers and wineries in the Douro to export their wines directly to the retailer. And as a result of this new legislation, the family brand “Quevedo” was born.

We cultivate 114 ha of vineyards across six properties in the Douro valley, from the sub-regions of the Cima Corgo and the Douro Superior. The diversity of our vineyards provides grapes of varying aromas and flavors to help us craft our wine.

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Quinta do Fojo

Portugal

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We are located in Pinhão valley, left bank of the river, sub-region of Cima–Corgo.
Quinta do Fojo’s old vine is a unique terroir due to its natural balance that produces deep, elegant and complex wines with round and firm tannins.

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