Located in Vila Boa de Quires, in Marco de Canavezes, Casa de Vila Boa is one of the most imponent manor-houses in the region. With an austere front and a beautiful tower which gives an aspect of a fortress, the house of Albuquerque de Vasconcelos Lencastre's family is from the 14th Century comproved by several documents of that age. Always in the hands of the same family, it has an impressive example of the baroque period: a façade of an unfinished manor-house built in the meddile of the 17th century by António de Vasconcelos Carvalho e Menezes.
Spread over 100 hectares e re-organized in 1973, Casa de Vila Boa has today about 30 hectares of vine, with the typical castes of the region: Trajadura, Pedernã, Avesso, Vinhão, Borraçal and also Alvarinho and Touriga Nacional. Vinho Verde , red and white, both with the house brand are, without question, the proof of the quality and legacy left by his predecessors.
Casa de Vila Boa's Wine Cellar combines the antique houses and his presses with the know Read more »