Quinta Vale D'Agodinho

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Quinta Vale D'Agodinho

Quinta Vale d’Agodinho is located next to the Douro River which embraces 650 feet of the vineyards. Fifty luscious acres are full of the best varieties of the region.

Quevedo vineyards showcase a small terroir of 50-years-old vines of strong structure, ageing potential and low yield production, alongside 25-years-old vines with rare flavour and freshness.

Every December the vines are pruned in preparation for the harsh and dry summer. Before Autumn comes, between the second and the third week of September, the lovely hard-work knocks at the door, it is vintage time!

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  1. Pingback: Preparing the Vintage Monday August 11th, 2008

    […] in  the Quevedo vines, the color change arrived a couple of weeks ago to the following vineyards: Vale D’Agodinho, Alegria and Olgas. Quinta da Trovisca, which is a little bit higher than the others is starting to […]

  2. Pingback: Vines in the Parque Natural del Garraf - Catalonia Friday August 15th, 2008

    […] harvest was still far away, maybe early October. At that time we must had completed the vintage in Quinta Vale D’Agodinho and in Quinta da Trovisca. We must be finishing the harvest in Quinta da Sra. do Rosário, it is […]

  3. Pingback: Far Away From Douro, Thinking About Ripening Monday August 25th, 2008

    […] back to S. João da Pesqueira, I have to handle ripping controls in Quinta da Alegria, Olgas and Quinta Vale D’Agodinho. I am really anxious to check the first results, I think the harvest is one week […]

  4. Pingback: Vindouro - Douro Wine Fair Saturday September 6th, 2008

    […] rained during last two days and we think Monday is a good moment to pick-up. In our main vineyard, Quinta Vale D’Agodinho, we will probably start on the week of September […]

  5. Pingback: Harvest is Finally Over in The Quevedo Estates Friday October 31st, 2008

    […] finished a couple of days after, on the 13th of September and 3 days later we started to harvest in Quinta Vale D’Agodinho. At that time the Bé of this vineyard was similar to those of the previous […]

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