Producers

  • Juvenal Franco | Boneca de Canudo

    Juvenal Franco | Boneca de Canudo

    This is a family project, in which father and daughter produce red table wine. The vineyards are located at several altitudes in the municipality of Machico, with the Touriga Nacional, Merlot and Syrah varieties, in a total of a hectare, in which approximately 3300 bottles are produced per year with the “Boneca de Canudo” brand. The story behind this wine is quite funny.
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  • Justinos’s Madeira Wines, S.A. / Justino’s Madeira

    Justinos’s Madeira Wines, S.A. / Justino’s Madeira

    Justino’s Madeira Wines, S.A. was built with this designation in 1953 although, as a family company, it was already established in the island of Madeira since 1870; therefore, it is one of the oldest producing and exporting companies of Madeira wine, occupying a prominent position on the international markets due to the recognized quality of its wines. 

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  • Madeira Vintners

    Madeira Vintners

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    A project inserted in the Agricultural Cooperative of Funchal (CAF), created in 1951, a company dedicated to support Madeiran farmers. In 2012, it carries out its first harvest, starting its activity as a producer of Madeira wine. 
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  • Madeira Wine Company, S.A. | Blandy’s Wine Lodge

    Madeira Wine Company, S.A. | Blandy’s Wine Lodge

    It is one of the oldest companies producing Madeira wine, over 200 years old, and is part of the history of these unique wines in the world.
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  • Octávio Ascensão Ferraz | Palmeiras e Voltas e Xavelha

    Octávio Ascensão Ferraz | Palmeiras e Voltas e Xavelha

    Based on a property that has belonged to the same family for 3 generations, the company was founded in 1999 by Octávio Ferraz. Although there was a vineyard there at the beginning of the 20th century, they decided to convert it into a banana plantation.
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  • Paixão do Vinho, Lda. | Primeira Paixão

    Paixão do Vinho, Lda. | Primeira Paixão

    A company created by two Madeiran friends, Filipe Santos and Francisco Albuquerque, with the aim of producing and selling still Madeira wines, exploring the full potential of the region's vineyards, both for white, rosé and red wines.

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  • Pereira D’Oliveira (Vinhos), Lda.

    Pereira D’Oliveira (Vinhos), Lda.

    Founded in 1850 by João Pereira D’Oliveira, it is one of the best-known companies in the production of Madeira wines. It has a well-known establishment in the centre of Funchal, where it receives visitors and tourists and offers its wines of three, five, ten and fifteen years, all produced from the Tinta Negra variety, for them to taste. But the great difference of this family company, for many others, is in the enormous stocks, which have been accumulating over the years, of Frasqueira wines, the noble Madeiran varieties Sercial, Verdelho, Boal, Malvasia, Terrantez and even a very rare Moscatel.

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  • Quinta do Barbusano, Lda.

    Quinta do Barbusano, Lda.

    Located on the Northern coast of the island, it consists of vineyards with some altitude of various grape varieties producing white, rosé and red wines.
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  • Seiçal – Sociedade de Produtores de Vinho de Seixal, Unipessoal, Lda.

    Seiçal – Sociedade de Produtores de Vinho de Seixal, Unipessoal, Lda.

    In 1999, a group of small landowners started to reconvert various vines of the Jaquet variety, planting more modern varieties: Touriga Nacional, Merlot, Tinta Roriz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Verdelho, Arnsburger, among others.

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