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List of products by brand QUINTA DE CARAPEÇOS

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SPARKLING ROSÉ - QUINTA DE...

<h3 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">The first reference made to QUINTA DE CARAPEÇOS dates from 1338, the year in which a daughter of Martim Carvalho, Knight of Basto, married, João de Carapeços, so called for being the Lord of the Fifth of the same name.<br />In 1351, the property was sold and, already in the early 19th century. Xvii, it became part of the Monastery of San Salvador de Travanca, which was founded in the mid-19th century. XII by the Benedictine monks.<br />With the extinction of the Religious Orders in 1834, the farm was sold, the current owner being a descendant of the aforementioned Martim Carvalho. </span>Inserted in the Vinho Verdes Region, more precisely in the municipality of Amarante – land of Pascoaes and Souza Cardoso, QUINTA DE CARAPEÇOS is known for its natural beauty, as well as for the quality and uniqueness of its White Wines, Reds, Rosés, Sparkling Wines and Late Harvest that over the years have won numerous Awards and obtained recognition by Critics and Wine Connoisseurs. This Farm combines tradition and modernity, always with respect for what nature offers and also for a great maxim: there are no two harvests equal.</h3> <p></p> <p></p>
Price €9.76

WHITE GREEN WINE - QUINTA...

<p class="Normal tm5"></p> <h3 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">The first reference made to QUINTA DE CARAPEÇOS dates from 1338, the year in which a daughter of Martim Carvalho, Knight of Basto, married, João de Carapeços, so called for being the Lord of the Farm of the same name. In 1351, the property was sold and, already in the early 19th century. Xvii, it became part of the Monastery of San Salvador de Travanca, which was founded in the mid-19th century. XII by the Benedictine monks.<br />With the extinction of the Religious Orders in 1834, the farm was sold, the current owner being a descendant of the aforementioned Martim Carvalho.</span></h3> <p></p> <p></p>
Price €4.72

WHITE SPARKLING WINE -...

<h3 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">The first reference made to QUINTA DE CARAPEÇOS dates from 1338, the year in which a daughter of Martim Carvalho, Knight of Basto, married, João de Carapeços, so called for being the Lord of the Fifth of the same name. In 1351, the property was sold and, already in the early 19th century. Xvii, it became part of the Monastery of San Salvador de Travanca, which was founded in the mid-19th century. XII by the Benedictine monks.<br />With the extinction of the Religious Orders in 1834, the farm was sold, the current owner being a descendant of the aforementioned Martim Carvalho.</span></h3> <p></p> <p></p>
Price €9.76