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Possibly the better known region of them all! Famous for its Porto wines, there are in fact, some outstanding still wines, reds and whites, being made here. The DOC is divided into 3 sub-regions, BaixoCorgo, CimaCorgo and Douro Superior. BaixoCorgo is the most fertile with a cooler climate and therefore, the region with most vineyards. CimaCorgo sits to the right of BaixoCorgo and is the motherland of Port production, however, many unfortified wines are now being produced here and are pretty outstanding too.
The Douro Superior is a total different monster compared to the other two, as the winters here are extremely cold and in contrast, summers are a scorcher. It’s the largest of the 3 sub-regions, yet it is the one with fewer vineyards, however, as we all know, the vines that suffer the most are the ones that produce some of the most iconic wines and this is no different in here.
Douro is the wildest and most deserted region in Portugal as it sits in the interior of the country, sharing border with Spain. The landscape here defies gravity with its steep slopes and twisted corners, all along the Douro River. This region was demarcated in 1756 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Some of the most international names of wine making have vineyards here and you have guessed it, we sell them. Check out our Niepoort range, Casa Ferreirinha and many more.
(NiepoortRedomaReserva, Bioma Tinto, Bastardo, Casa FerreirinhaVinha Grande)Niepoort Drink Me Branco, Tiara, Portugal Boutique Winery Boina, Quinta de la Rosa.