Summer Salad Recipe

Summer is definitively at our door. We thought it would be a good timing to share with you a fresh salad recipe to pair with our whites. INGREDIENTS (for 6 servings): For the SALAD: -1 chayote(Chuchu in Portuguese) -3 cucumbers -2 rocha pears READ MORE

The secret in our barrels

Traditionally, portuguese grape growers and producers from the Douro valley would store the recently vinified Port in large barrels named balseiro or tonnel until spring. As the Douro winter is cold, Port Wine could safely remain there. Before the hot days of Summer, READ MORE

Quevedo Declares 2016 Vintage Port

We are delighted to confirm that Quevedo is declaring a 2016 Vintage Port. The product of a climactically challenging year, the 2016 Vintage shows all the characteristics of a wine that could reach great age, whilst also providing drinking pleasure at any time READ MORE

Wines for the holidays

Time to pick your wines for the holiday meals and special get-togethers of family and friends. In Portugal it is traditional to have fish the evening of the 24th – bacalhau, octopus or skate. We would recommend a white for these dishes, particularly READ MORE

What makes a family business

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What makes a family business

“Quevedo is a family wine business”. Yes, but lots of families make wine, after all. At Quevedo, being a family wine business means so much more than the fact that a lot of family members are involved in the enterprise. There are many READ MORE

How to filter out wine sediment?

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How to filter out wine sediment?

Several years ago, I heard a fantastic story about an old English woman who used to buy old bottles of vintage Port for her own consumption. But rather than drinking the wine, while reading her book or listening to the radio, she would READ MORE

Late rain may spoil a great harvest in the Douro

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Late rain may spoil a great harvest in the Douro

With the harvest being halfway over, let’s do a quick and dirty assessment of what’s occurred. Surprisingly, we’ve had a deluge of rain hitting us off and on for approximately two weeks. The good news is that depending on where you are in READ MORE

Harvest 2014: first maturity control

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Harvest 2014: first maturity control

Every year, on the 10th of August, we embark on our very first maturity (ripeness) control in our main vineyard, Quinta Vale d’Agodinho. Located on the very top of a hill with 360 degrees of sun exposure, it’s fascinating for us to see READ MORE

Wine and Cork – why do they need each other so bad

Wine and Cork – why do they need each other so bad

Cork plays a critical role in the wine business. It has historically been the most used closure and nowadays it closes around 70% of all the wine bottles in the world. However, in the last decades both screw caps (made out of aluminum, READ MORE

Press clipping and a farewell to 2013

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Press clipping and a farewell to 2013

As the year is about to finish, we thought that could be fun to share with you what has been said recently on the press about our Ports and wines. We tried to combine in this press clipping one quote from each Port READ MORE

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