Situated on the right bank of the Douro River between Régua and Pinhão, Quinta do Crasto estate dates back into ancient times. The name Crasto comes from the Latin “castrum” meaning “Roman fort”. The earliest records mentioning Quinta do Crasto and its wine production date back to 1615.
Quinta do Crasto has been in the family of current owners Leonor and Jorge Roquette for more than a century. In the past, the estate was focused on production high-quality Port wine. Today,
Quinta do Crasto also produces the Douro DOC wines that it has been famous for domestically and abroad.
Open daily from 10 am to 6 pm.
During a visit to Quinta do Crasto you will be shown the grape reception area, the newly renovated winemaking facilities, the innovative aging cellar, the quality control lab, and the Century-Old House, where the commented tasting of five of our wines will be offered.
The duration of the visit and commented wine tasting is approximately 90 minutes.
Visits with lunches or dinners are also a possibility. Combine your visit with a boat trip on the Douro River.
Quinta do Crasto is in the walking distance from the Ferrao train station if you are up for a hike uphill.
Quinta do Crasto Vinha da Ponte
Quinta do Crasto Vinha Maria Teresa
Quinta do Crasto Tinta Roriz
Quinta do Crasto Touriga Nacional
Quinta do Crasto Touriga Franca
Quinta do Crasto Reserva Old Vines
Crasto Superior Syrah
Crasto Superior Red
Flor de Crasto Red
Crasto Superior White
Flor de Crasto White
Quinta do Crasto Colheita Port
Quinta do Crasto Vintage Port
Quinta do Crasto Late Bottled Vintage Port
Quinta do Crasto Finest Reserve Port