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Wine production is a tradition of the centenary Ferraz family.
In total, the family owns approximately 20 hectares of vineyards, of which 5 hectares in the parish of Horta do Douro, municipality of Vila Nova de Foz Côa, in Douro Superior, and other vineyards in Valeflor, a centenary parish in the municipality of Mêda, in Beira Interior region.
6430-371 Vale Flor - Mêda
Travessa do Valverde
(+351) 912 634 613