Founded in 1588, Croft is the oldest Port house still in operation today. The company’s key property is Quinta da Roêda which boasts some of the Douro’s oldest vines and represents an important component of Croft’s vintage Port blend.
Quinta do Ataíde is an historic wines estate in the Vilariça Valley area of the Douro region, where conditions are hot and dry and the soils is mainly loam and schist. Owned by the Symington family, the estate is certified organic and produces full bodied wines from Touriga Nacional.
Quinta da Romaneira is back on the wine map following its purchase in 2004. Under the new management of Christian Seely fortified Ports are back in the spotlight, but the estate is also pursuing the goal of creating world class table wines from the Douro.