Alto Douro Wine Region

In 1756, the Douro Demarcated Region became one of the first delimited and regulated wine-growing regions in the world. The Alto Douro Wine Region, a UNESCO world heritage site since 2001 , is an area particularly representative of its unique landscape, which combines the monumental and imposing nature of the steep slopes that flank the Douro River with the ancestral and continuous action of Man to cultivate vineyards. . Quinta da Faísca's privileged location makes it the ideal starting point for visiting some of the region's most emblematic spots.

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