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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]
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  • Bacalhoa - Produces red, white, sparkling, and fortified wines. Includes product descriptions and directions to the winery. Additional information is available in Portuguese.
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  • Borges Wines - Pictures and descriptions of the available vintages of reds, whites, rosés, sparklings and ports.
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  • Burmester - Port wine producer located near Pinhão. Includes a company history, product descriptions, pictures, and an award list.
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  • 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]
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  • 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]
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  • Casa do Valle - Describing the red, white and rosé wines of José Ferrão.
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  • Churchill's - Tasting comments on the vintage port, the LBV, crusted, tawny, and white ports.
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  • Cortes de Cima - Located in the Alentejo region in southeast Portugal. Harvest report and ordering information.
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  • Croft Port - Port house founded in 1678. Presents its history, products, vineyards, how port is made, the types of port, and a glossary. [Flash required]
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  • Cálem - With a description of the white, tawny and red ports of this house founded in 1859.
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  • Delaforce - Information about the Delaforces, an old family of Huguenot origin, their company and their ports.
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  • Dow's Port - Founded in 1798, and 100% family-owned. One of the great names in Port.
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  • Dão Sul - Sociedade Vitivinicola, S.A. - One of the new wine producers that have been revitalising the Dão region. Specializes in Quinta.
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  • Fonseca Guimaraens - One of the most famous Port houses. Site is also available in French and Portuguese.
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  • Graham's Port - Universally acknowledged to be a leader in the field of Vintage Port.
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  • The House of Sandeman - Specializing in Port and Sherry for more than two hundred years.
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  • J. H. Andresen - Animated guide to the products and cellars of the port house founded by Jann Hinrich Andresen.
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  • 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.
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  • Manoel D. Poças Júnior - One of the few remaining estates still owned by a Portuguese family. Has information on the Porto Poças 2000 vintage.
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  • Martinez - Featuring a map of the estates and lodges owned by Martinez-Cockburn's.
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  • Montez Champalimaud - History, the four brands, the grapes and export markets of Quinta do Côtto.
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  • Niepoort - Describes Niepoort's distinctive garrafeira, as well as other port types.
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  • O-Port-Unidade - The main Port shippers each contributed 750kg to this unique blend; with lists of participants and sponsors.
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  • Ouinta de Santa Eufémia - The estate's history, and its LBV and tawny ports.
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  • Porto Barros - Founded in 1913, this producer specializes in old tawnies, also producing Douro table wines and brandy. Includes product descriptions, a company history, and vineyard information.
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  • Porto Solene - Promoting their ruby and tawny reserves.
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  • Quinta de la Rosa - Small family-owned vineyard producing Ports, wines and olive oils. Also offers accommodations on the estate
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  • 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. [Flash required]
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  • Quinta de Roriz - Makers of Port and Douro table wines. Contains information about products, vineyards, history, and distributors.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Quinta do Tedo - Porto Wines - 18th Century, Single Quinta Porto winery producing vintage ports since 1995.
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  • Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Port - Symington-owned vineyard producing single-quinta ports since 1989.
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  • Real Companhia Velha - Producers of Port and the largest owner of the premium land in the Douro Valley.
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  • Rozès Porto - Includes a profile of this Port producer, along with descriptions of wines, a list of distributors, and a few recipes.
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  • Smith Woodhouse Port - Founded in 1784, Smith Woodhouse has consistently been judged as one of the finest of all Vintage Port producers.
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  • Sociedade Agrícola e Comercial dos Vinhos Messias - Describes, with some technical information, the products including the Messias port.
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  • Sogrape - Produces table and fortified wines, under numerous brand names, including Mateus, Offley, and Sandeman. Includes a company profile, along with information about the vineyards and brands. [Flash required]
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  • Symington Port and Madeira Shippers - Owns Warre, Dow, Graham, Smith Woodhouse, Gould Campbell, Quinta do Vesuvio and the Madeira Wine Company.
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  • Taylor, Fladgate and Yeatman - One of the oldest and most famous Port houses. Site also available in French and Portuguese.
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  • Vallegre - Wines from Quinta da Vista Alegre's vineyards of the Douro Valley.
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  • Wiese and Krohn - Includes a list of declarations of Krohn vintage port since 1957.
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