15 Wonderful Portuguese Vineyards You'll Love

The Portuguese wine industry was built on fortified wines. Port is of course what Portugal is most famous for but it also produces excellent Madeira wine.

Let’s look at the most popular vineyards to visit.

Quinta de la Rosa is one of Douro’s best-known wine producers for good reason. If you can only make it to one winery in the Douro this is the one that I would recommend.

Quinta de la Rosa


Quinta da Pacheca has a beautiful location and some fantastic whites. We were able to enjoy our tasting sitting outside on the lovely terrace at Pacheca.

Quinta da Pacheca


Quinta do Seixo is located at the top of a hill with a very windy drive – but the views are stunning. Its 100 hectares are located between the cities of Regua and Pinhao.

Quinta do Seixo


Casa Amarala is one of the oldest Quintas in the Douro Valley and is still owned by the same family. It has a cozy, more traditional style tasting room area with wooden bars.

Quinta Casa Amarela


Dirk Niepoort is known as one of the most exciting winemakers in the Douro Valley. Alas, his vineyard in the Douro Valley did not have a tasting room when I visited.

Dirk Niepoort


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