Our blogger Bruno gets married – Time to celebrate!

Bruno's weddingQuevedo is still celebrating! Besides the launch of the Rosé Port, this week brought us another not less important event: Bruno’s wedding! Although Bruno has been away from posting on our blog, he continues to bring a lot of ideas and innovation to Quevedo. After a 6-year relationship, Bruno and Lucia decided to get married and will continue to live in Oporto.

During the wedding reception the red wines we had were Quinta Vale d’Agodinho 2003 and Cortes de Cima Chaminé. We also had Quevedo Rosé Port as aperitif and a chilled Quevedo White Port. With the deserts and cheeses we tried the Colheita 1994, which you will read about in  the upcoming post.

Bruno and Lucia are now flying to Greece where they will spend a 2 weeks honey-moon.

Oscar e Pedro

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  • http://www.cortesdecima.pt Carrie Jorgensen

    Best wishes to the happy couple, Bruno and Lucia! We feel honored that our wine, Chaminé, an Alentejan blend, was chosen for a Wedding among winemakers in the Douro!

  • Festa magnífica, com excelente gosto, ao nível dos noivos. Cá os esperamos, com nova cor depois da estadia grega e com a Lúcia carregada de prendas, oferecidas pelo Bruno, em Paris.

    Sabor do dia: Porto Branco

  • http://www.quevedoportwine.com oscar

    Sílvio, foi sem dúvida uma grande festa e o Chaminé da família Jorgensen ajudou a isso! A parte das prendas vamos ver… ele mãos largas não é muito!! Agora talvez os Bons Ares gregos tenham ajudado o noivo!!!

  • http://www.quevedoportwine.com Bruno Pinto

    After a long period to rest and to recover of the wedding, and of a year of intensive work, I am back to normal life, but now married.
    Thanks Carrie, definitely the wines chosen contributed to the great party. I couldn’t have done a best choice.