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Revolution or evolution among winemakers in the Douro Valley? | A travel story

The Douro Valley, as in so many other places, there is a lot of talk about the new generation of winemakers. Per is sceptical; a region cannot change generations like that, all at once. But after meeting Oscar and Claudia Quevedo, Sandra Tavares and others, he starts to think that there is something to it after all. The new generation brings new blood and fresh thinking to a wine region. Often it is very positive.

Read on BKWine’s Travel Blog about the new generation of winemakers in the Douro Valley.

If that makes you curious and interested to discover the wines and winemakers of the Douro Valley you can join us on a wine and food tour to the Douro Valley in October. A few places remain.

The Olazabal family at Quinta do Vale Meao in Douro, Portugal

The Olazabal family at Quinta do Vale Meao in Douro, Portugal, copyright BKWine Photography

Sandra Tavares da Silva, owner-winemaker at Wine & Soul

Sandra Tavares da Silva, owner-winemaker at Wine & Soul, copyright BKWine Photography

Terraced vineyard in the Douro Valley

Terraced vineyard in the Douro Valley

Vineyards with Taylor's sign, Douro Valley, Portugal

Vineyards with Taylor’s sign, Douro Valley, Portugal, copyright BKWine Photography

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