Symington’s family Port wine estates


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Grape bunches hang on a “Latada”, a vertical type of vine plantation, viewed at the Quinta da Ca (...)
Grape bunches hang on a “Latada”, a vertical type of vine plantation, viewed at the Quinta da Cavadinha estate, Portugal on Friday, Oct 6, 2006. In this region, the “Latadas” are generally used to build porches and not as a main vine plantation method fo
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Description Grape bunches hang on a “Latada”, a vertical type of vine plantation, viewed at the Quinta da Cavadinha estate, Portugal on Friday, Oct 6, 2006. In this region, the “Latadas” are generally used to build porches and not as a main vine plantation method for production vineyards. The Quinta da Cavadinha estate, where the Warre’s Porto Wine is produced, was established back in 1670, in the Douro region but it only became part of the Symington family by the year of 1883 when Andrew James Symington was admitted into partnership in the firm of Warre & Co having arrived from Scotland in 1882 and worked alongside the existing members of the Warre family since then.
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