Portugal is a country with a rich winemaking tradition and diverse wine regions. It is known for producing a wide variety of high-quality wines, ranging from fortified wines like Port to dry reds, whites, and rosés.
Douro Valley: is one of the most renowned wine regions in Portugal and is famous for its production of Port wine. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is located in the northern part of the country. Blackett is situated in the Duoro Superior sub-region. All of their Port wines are made with the indigenous grape varieties such as Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz (Tempranillo), Tinta Barroca and also other white varieties.
Vinho Verde: is a unique wine region in the northwest of Portugal, known for its refreshing and vibrant wines. The name “Vinho Verde” means “green wine,” referring to the youthful, often slightly effervescent character of the wines. Vinho Verde wines are typically white or rosé and are made from indigenous grape varieties like Alvarinho and Loureiro. Quinta de Soalheiro is a prominent winery located in the sub-region of Melgaço within the Vinho Verde wine region. It is renowned for its production of high-quality Alvarinho wines. The played a significant role in elevating the status of Alvarinho wines from the Vinho Verde region. Their commitment to organic farming, sustainable practices, and the expression of the terroir has garnered them recognition both domestically and internationally. Their wines are highly regarded for their quality, purity, and unique character.