Mêda is the only municipality in Portugal that belongs to two demarcated wine regions: Beira Interior and Douro.

The Beira Interior region was created in 1999 but has a winery past that dates back to the founding of the nationality. Lands with granitic soil, with an altitude between 500 and 700 meters and a cold climate in winter and very hot in summer.

The Douro region is the oldest demarcated region in the world and has a long winery tradition, with vineyards at lower altitude, on schist soils and a climate with more moderate temperatures in winter, but also very hot in summer.

LA Ferraz

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.


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6430-371 Vale Flor - Mêda

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