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

A weekend walking along the Douro railway

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A weekend walking along the Douro railway

An ambitious project of the end of the XIX century, with the aim of connecting the northeast of Portugal to the Spanish city of Salamanca, inspired the kings of both countries to work together in a railroad endeavour. On the Portuguese side, the READ MORE

S. João da Pesqueira – what changed in the last 30 years

This week was my 30th anniversary, and maybe because 30 is a round number that ends with a zero, I felt I needed to share with you some thoughts I had before going to bed on this July 24th. I spent the day READ MORE

Harvard University hosts a seminar about the Douro and Port Wine

Today I was in one of those places that you don’t really know if you will ever have a chance to visit during your life, though you know that you really wanted to. It is a well respected place, for its history, tradition READ MORE

Francisco de Quevedo, the Spanish writer of the XVII century

Those who have searched for Quevedo on a web search engine, have already noticed that there is a prominent writer with the same name of this family, Quevedo. Fracisco de Quevedo is not dedicated to winemaking but literature, as he was one of READ MORE

Three things that make the Douro special in the eyes of Thomas Kern

Between late 2009 and June 2010 I had a kind of bi-weekly ritual of organizing wine tasting dinners during which we used to discover more about the wines not only made in the Douro, but also in other regions of Portugal and of READ MORE

An old bottle of Port Wine made by the family half century ago

Fifty years ago today, my great grand-father Raúl passed away in Valongo dos Azeites, a village 15 kms away from S. Joao da Pesqueira. His passion for viticulture and winemaking tremendously influenced my father. I never met Avô Raúl, the father of my READ MORE

Tasting 1827 Villar d’Allen Port: the origins of Quinta do Noval

Contrarily to what my friends say, my job is not always easy. I work hard throughout the year, but the harvest is by far the most challenging. Sleeping is cut to a minimum, and at the end of the harvest, I’ll be thinner READ MORE

Practicing the pronunciation of Quevedo in Denmark, class #2

For those who remember what happened in Denmark around 1 year ago, watch the video. I’m sure you will realize Danish people are improving their pronunciation skills. For those who don’t remember, click here first to see class #1 of pronunciation. Only after READ MORE

Top 5 reasons why I fell in love with Africa

1. Children still know from where chickens and potatoes come from and what a real goat looks like 2. Nature is almost untouched with wild animals living just in the outskirts of towns and villages 3. Dancing with an African girl is a READ MORE

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