Founded in 1920 by the brothers José, Manuel and Albano Costa, it remains today the oldest family owned winery in the region. The family began to sell DOC wines in the 1950s creating two of the most celebrated Portuguese brands: FREI JOÃO from Bairrada and PORTA DOS CAVALEIROS from the Dão. A half century later they boast one of the most varied and exceptional sparkling wine programs in the country.

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Caves Sao Joao Brut Reserva 2017

Bical, Chardonnay, Maria Gomes and Arinto. Creamy and bright... citrus lime and orange blossom. Impressive length and a subtle chalky minerality. Delightfully refreshing!

Quinta Do Poco Do Lobo 1995 Bairrada

This Reserva tinto is really a steal for the price. Made up of mostly of the Baga varietal native to

Sao Joao 1997 Porta Dos Cavaleiros Magnum

Clear, deep garnet hue. Its aroma is characterized by notes of dried cherries and leather, offering a clean profile. On the palate, it is dry with a medium body and acidity, featuring elegant tannins alongside flavors of stewed fruit and game. Pairs especially well dishes such as Coq au Vin and other chicken dishes.