Our heritage is the soul of our wines
Tradition and Innovation side by side
A sensory journey through our history
Passion that have crossed generations
Delicate and authentic wines
The generosity of our grape varieties
An Unique Terroir
Quinta da Raza, located in the Vinho Verde region, has a microclimate that results from the harmony between the gentle slopes that surround us, the river Tâmega which crosses the region and the magnificent exposure to the sun. The soil of granite origin, with clay and schist areas, reflects the generosity of this terroir.Expore our Estate
Wines with character
The acquaintanceship between the nature around us and our dedication and precision, results in excellent quality grapes such as the native grape varieties Azal, Arinto, Avesso, Vinhão, Padeiro, Trajadura and Alvarinho, which are reflected in the character of our wines.
Ancestral roots. Audacious character
“We are dedicated to harvesting the best that nature can offer”KNOW OUR HISTORY AND FAMILY
Take part in our family's centuries-old journey, experiencing our wine tourism programmes and getting to know our vineyards and wines, our winery and our gift shop. In Celorico de Basto, in this region of gentle, sunlit slopes, where the natural surroundings and the vineyard embrace Quinta da Raza, we offer a range of excellent sensory and wine experiences.
SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES. EXCELLENCE GRAPES
We live in symbiosis with nature and the biodiversity around us. Our terroir, our grape varieties and wines reflects this healthy balance.KNOW OUR TERROIR AND GRAPE VARIETIES
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