Fantastic Vineyards in Portugal

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There are over 1 million acres of grapes grown in Portugal and the variations in soil and climate across the country produce a fantastic array of unique grape varieties for vineyards in Portugal.


Quinta de la Rosa

If you can only make it to one winery in the Douro this is the one that I would recommend. The whites and reds were excellent as well as the view of the Douro River.


Quinta da Pacheca

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

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This light airy modern restaurant and bar is a great place to do some wine tasting and the food is wonderful.


Schnebly Hill Vista

Ervideira has a wonderful large tasting room where one side is completely glass offering some awesome views. The winemaker himself was actually in the tasting room doing the serving which was quite exciting!


Quinta Dos Vales

In 2006, the winery came under new ownership and began growing Antoz Vaz, removed the negro mole grape and are now making 9 red wines and 8 white wines.

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