Which tools to open a bottle of wine?

Here are some tools you can use to open your wine/Port bottles. Which one do you prefer? -The 2 step corkscrew is definitively the most versatile and easy tool to use. With older wines, it can be tricky, as the cork gets softer READ MORE

Proper Glass for Port

We are often asked what is a good glass to drink Port from. Here are a few tips to choose the perfect glass. Port wine should be considered more like wine, less like a spirit. You want a glass with a shape that READ MORE

Quevedo’s Douro Gin and Cocktail

The Douro Valley has been known for centuries for delivering amazing grapes to produce quality Port and wines. But in fact, the Douro has much more to offer. All over the valley you can find a wide variety of aromatic herbs. We decided 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 2015 Douro Vintage Report

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Quevedo 2015 Douro Vintage Report

If you think rain during the harvest can only bring harm, change your mind. In 2015, contrarily to the previous two years, the best wines were produced few days after 30mm of rainfall over Quinta Vale d’Agodinho. This time we start the vintage report READ MORE

Café China combines Port and Chinese cuisine in NYC

Three years after making the first contacts to have our wines and Ports available in New York, we found Washington Square Wines to represent us. Jeffrey Ghi and Subir Grewal, the owners of the company founded last year, are passionate about Port and wine in READ MORE

The Beauty and the Beast – Tasting of 15 Vintage Ports from 1983

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The Beauty and the Beast – Tasting of 15 Vintage Ports from 1983

Note from Oscar: In September 2013, we co-hosted a tasting of 1983 Vintage Port at the winery, alongside our friend Christopher Pfaff. Christopher runs the website, Passion for Port in Germany, and generously donated almost every bottle poured. Considering how well the tasting went, I challenged Christopher READ MORE

2014 Harvest outlook for the Douro

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2014 Harvest outlook for the Douro

The year of 2014 may be a great year for the production of wine and Port in the Douro. Some of the critical factors that contribute for above the average harvest are aligned, but it is still quite early to be conclusive. Among READ MORE

O·PORT·UNIDADE – the project that put 20 Port producers all in the same lagar

Many things have happened in your life and in ours in the last two months: we finished harvest and started making the first blends of 2013 wines and Ports; we started to prepare the land to replant around 11 hectares in the lower READ MORE

Vines punctuation system: white treated as red

Over the last centuries the Douro has built up its reputation as a top quality wine region due to the huge success of Port, more specifically Red Port. Since 1756, when Marquês de Pombal started delimiting and regulating the Douro, people are aware READ MORE

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