Quinta do Quetzal is set in the heart of the Alentejo region on the rich slopes of Vidigueira, close to the oldest known Roman winery in Portugal and Spain.

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  • Quetzal Família | Red

    Our Quetzal Familia Red 2016 comes from the stones vineyard. The grapes are hand-picked and then de-stemmed into a French oak vats where fermentation with indigenous yeasts will take place. Quetzal Familia Tinto is only produced in years when we can guarantee extraordinary quality. The magnum bottle will help the wine stay at its best for a longer period of time.

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  • Our excellent red Reserva is produced with the best grapes from the Syrah, Alicante Bouschet and Trincadeira grape varieties. The grapes are grown in the perfect microclimate, hand-picked in the best plots and crushed by purely natural processes. They are processed by gravity in our modern cellar. They ferment in wooden tanks and mature for at least 20 months in French oak barrels, giving rise to silky tannins marked by black fruits.

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  • Our winemakers have selected the best grapes with a perfect level of maturity from the Syrah, Alicante Bouschet and Aragonês grape varieties. The result was a fruity and intense red wine that reveals a good structure and some complexity on the palate. The wine is aged for 12 months in second-use French oak barrels, thus revealing its discreet, elegant and woody taste and improving the wine’s aroma.

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  • The red wine Guadalupe has an intense flavor with hints of red fruits, evocative of raspberries and cherries. Its mouth is harmonious, velvety, full-bodied and smooth. The red Guadalupe is a wine that can be enjoyed alone or accompanied by Italian cuisine, grilled red meats or complex fish dishes.

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  • Quetzal Família | White

    The Quetzal Família wines are only produced in year in wich we can guarantee an extraordinary quality on these wines. Our Quetzal Família White 2014 comes from the colonel’s vineyard, the oldest vineyard on our property. he Antão Vaz grapes are harvested by hand, after a light crushing and a gentle pressing, the must will ferment in new 500 lts French oak barrels and ages for 18 months with weekly batoning. After bottling in magnum bottles, it will age for 24 months. Magnum bottle will help the wine stay at its best for a longer period of time.

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