Farm with 25 ha, port-classification wine production A



Farm • 6 room(s) • 6 Bed. • 4 Bath. • 300 m² • Ref: PL-7252-Q

Composed of 4 varieties, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional and Touriga Francesa, with an A classification, the most important in its category, it raises this farm to the highest quality standards, as a fifth douro vineyard. The property is composed of current levels, but maintains a precious of 3 hectares appreciably, of terraces of shale stone, unique in the Douro. The property is on average 350 meters high, being framed below the maximum height (on average 450 meters high from the average sea level) for the production of port wine quality. At a more technical level, the farm has already produced around 100 barrels, one part for Port wine and another for wine, according to the annual authorizations for the production of kites. There are 4 stone lagares, four mother kites, with capacity between one with capacity for 50 barrels, a second for 30 barrels, and another two with 25 barrels each. Storage units, composed of warehouses, are also an essential and present part throughout the logistics of this Farm. The property has 3 springs, popularly called mines, with a very large water production, which is difficult to find in these areas, making it a very interesting feature of this Douro Farm. On the farm there are two villas, with a breathtaking view, one being the main manor house and the other a secondary, which reminds the Italian slopes. From the highest area of the property, you can see the Douro River, with its characteristic serpenteado and so appreciated by all The Parish of Gouvinhas consists of the villages of Abrecôvo, Gouvinhas and Ordonho and has 14.47 km² of total area. It is located in a rugged and deeply shalearea, being the villages of Ordonho and Gouvinhas, next to the road S. Martinho de Anta – Ferrão, sheltered from the north wind. Like others in this municipality, it is a parish that produces excellent wine and good citrus fruits. This parish enjoys the services of garbage collection, public water supply network and waste water and post office. This parish has the particularity of hosting the Solar of Dr. Paulo Pizarro de Carvalho e Melo, emblazoned house belonging to a descendant of the Marquis of Pombal and built in the eighteenth century. It also has traces of the Neolithic as the Mamoas do Carvalhal, Picoto, Cimo das Devesas and Mamoa do Alto das Roseiras. First demarcated region of the world Created the first demarcated region of the world, in the reign of D. José I, by its Prime Minister Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo (Marquis of Pombal) in the year 1756. Port Wine is a natural and fortified wine, produced exclusively from grapes from the Douro Demarcated Region, in the North of Portugal about 100 km east of the city of Porto. [1] São João da Pesqueira, Régua and Pinhão are the main production centers, but some of the best vineyards are in the easternmost area. S. João da Pesqueira is the municipality with the highest production of Port wine at the national level. Although produced with Douro grapes and stored in the cellars of Vila Nova de Gaia, this alcoholic beverage became known as 'Port wine' from the second half of the seventeenth century for being exported to all over the world from this city. The 'discovery' of Port wine is controversial. One of the versions, defended by the producers of England, states that the origin dates back to the seventeenth century, when The British marketers added brandy to the wine of the Douro region to prevent it from souring. But the process that characterizes its obtaining was perhaps already known well before the beginning of trade with the English. Already at the time of the Discoveries the wine was stored in this way to save a maximum of time during the trips. The fundamental difference lies in the production area and the varieties used, which are now protected. Croft was among the first to export Port wine, followed by other English and Scottish companies. What makes port wine different from other wines, in addition to the unique climate, is the fact that the fermentation of the wine is not complete, being paraded at an early stage (two or three days after the start), by adding a neutral wine brandy (with about 77º alcohol). Thus port wine is a naturally sweet wine (since the natural sugar of grapes does not turn completely into alcohol) and stronger than the other wines (between 19 and 22º of alcohol). Fundamentally three types of Port wines are considered: White, Ruby and Tawny.




Living300 m²
Total250972 m²


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