This category lists Portuguese wineries and informational sites dealing with wine from Portugal.
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Adriano Ramos Pinto, S.A.
Produces Ports, dry reds, and brandy. Contains descriptions of the products, the vineyards, their museums, and the company. [Flash Required]
Produces red, white, sparkling, and fortified wines. Includes product descriptions and directions to the winery. Additional information is available in Portuguese.
Pictures and descriptions of the available vintages of reds, whites, rosés, sparklings and ports.
Port wine producer located near Pinhão. Includes a company history, product descriptions, pictures, and an award list.
CARM - Casa Agrícola Roboredo Madeira, Lda.
Produces a range of wines from organic grapes in the Douro region. Includes product information and a company overview. Also produces estate olive oils. [Flash required]
Casa da Ínsua
Dão producer of reds and a white. Includes descriptions and pictures of the manor and its gardens. Also contains product information and a property history. [Flash required]
Casa do Valle
Describing the red, white and rosé wines of José Ferrão.
Tasting comments on the vintage port, the LBV, crusted, tawny, and white ports.
Cortes de Cima
Located in the Alentejo region in southeast Portugal. Harvest report and ordering information.
Port house founded in 1678. Presents its history, products, vineyards, how port is made, the types of port, and a glossary. [Flash required]
With a description of the white, tawny and red ports of this house founded in 1859.
Founded in 1798, and 100% family-owned. One of the great names in Port.
One of the most famous Port houses. Site is also available in French and Portuguese.
Universally acknowledged to be a leader in the field of Vintage Port.
The House of Sandeman
Specializing in Port and Sherry for more than two hundred years.
J. H. Andresen
Animated guide to the products and cellars of the port house founded by Jann Hinrich Andresen.
José Maria da Fonseca
One of the oldest producers of Portuguese table wines and Setubal dessert wines. Markets under several other brand names, including Lancer's.
Manoel D. Poças Júnior
One of the few remaining estates still owned by a Portuguese family. Has information on the Porto Poças 2000 vintage.
History, the four brands, the grapes and export markets of Quinta do Côtto.
Describes Niepoort's distinctive garrafeira, as well as other port types.
The main Port shippers each contributed 750kg to this unique blend; with lists of participants and sponsors.
Promoting their ruby and tawny reserves.
Quinta de la Rosa
Small family-owned vineyard producing Ports, wines and olive oils. Also offers accommodations on the estate
Quinta de Lemos
Producer in the Dão region, whose first harvest was in 2000. Includes descriptions of grape varieties, a regional history, and a view of the vineyards.
Quinta do Noval
Douro based, renowned producer of vintage Port, particularly its Nacional. Site offers information on the vineyards, the winemaking technique and the wines.
Quinta do Portal
A family-run winemaking company based in the Douro Valley in northern Portugal. Information on its white and red wines as well as a range of Ports.
Quinta do Tedo - Porto Wines
18th Century, Single Quinta Porto winery producing vintage ports since 1995.
Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Port
Symington-owned vineyard producing single-quinta ports since 1989.
Real Companhia Velha
Producers of Port and the largest owner of the premium land in the Douro Valley.
Taylor, Fladgate and Yeatman
One of the oldest and most famous Port houses. Site also available in French and Portuguese.
Wines from Quinta da Vista Alegre's vineyards of the Douro Valley.
Wiese and Krohn
Includes a list of declarations of Krohn vintage port since 1957.
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