This Portuguese family owned, wine producing estate is located in the heart of the Vinho Verde region. Since 2005, they have been focused on the elevation of the indigenous varietals, with the goal of making them known to consumers around the globe.
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From the vineyards to the winery to the support teams, there are an endless number of people contributing their skills to make these wonderful wines.
Throughout the year, Wines of Vinho Verde hosts educational seminars around the U.S.
Wines of Vinho Verde are coming to New York City this June for a special consumer event!
In addition to the traditional Vinho Verde blends, check out some of the up and coming single varietal wines from the region.
Quinta de Soalheiro is a four-generation family business.
Sopexa Canada Ltd.
2020 Boulevard Robert-Bourrassa, Bureau 2400
Phone: +1 514-288-5802
514-288-5802 ext: 214
Comissão de Viticultura
da Região dos Vinhos Verdes
Rua da Restauração, 318
4050-501 Porto, Portugal
Phone: +351 226077300