Using QR Code to Market Quevedo Wines

Five months after posting about our wish to find importers in the US and in the UK, we are now working together with P. R. Grisley to have our wines available in the United States. We are currently rewriting our back labels to READ MORE

Where To Go When Visiting Porto

The city of Porto is known for giving the name to Port Wine, and is like a balcony on Vila Nova de Gaia, the place where the tastings that decided the declaration of a Vintage were formerly done. It’s also in Vila Nova READ MORE

What I Use To Read In Internet About Wines II

At the beginning of November, I wrote a post about wine related sites I like and I visit regularly in Internet. Lets continue that theme and make the II version. This time is just one site dedicated to Port Wine. Its name is READ MORE

Last days of Quevedo Port and Douro Wine Tasting in Belgium

These days Quevedo head up north in Brussels, Belgium, doing some wine tasting with our clients and with the clients of our clients. The tasting will end tomorrow, the November 11th. If you are close to Brussels and if you want to taste READ MORE

Quevedo in Belgium

These days we are traveling in Belgium to do some wine tasting with our clients. Once a year, one of our clients, Roger & Luc De Smedt, a distributor located in Brussels, invites his clients for a wine tasting in a restaurant or READ MORE

Our Passion Lead US to Improvement

Wine is a passion! We really enjoy what we do! It starts with the prune, then the first leafs show up and finally the harvest. In the winery you choose the right moment to pick up the grapes, you select the grapes to READ MORE

Quevedo in France

Hello again, it is the ex-water-drinker. I am just departing for two adventure weeks in France, hitch-hiking in a truck to arrive tomorrow in Bordeaux, where people are waiting for me. I chose Bordeaux as the first stop for its reputation as a READ MORE

Quevedo sharing

In this blog, together with all cybernauts Quevedo can share experiences and let the world know all joys and setbacks that a Port Wine producer daily faces. Launch a blog is one more demanding challenge adding to all others that are needed to READ MORE

A water-drinker writing about wine? That’s me.

I got involved in this for liking to write about nothing, for liking the soil, the sun and tasting the grapes, even when they’re not ripe; and, first of all, because I feel at home at Quevedos’ home and for the hug that READ MORE

Quinta Senhora do Rosario

The highest of the Quevedo vineyards is located 2,130 feet high and is also the oldest and most respectable quinta planted 40 years ago. Because of its locations, the wines of this field are always the last to be pruned and harvested. Therefore READ MORE

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