Wine is regarded in some countries, as a basic staple of their daily diet, and this is not only in the figurative sense. In Portugal, vineyards grow almost everywhere, and as such, production of wine is a key factor for the national economy, creating jobs and wealth for all those who rely on this medium. Wine owes its survival to the relationship it has with its consumers, even by those who drink and enjoy from lands afar, using the information they have at their disposal, to understand its evolution and enhance their knowledge.   

In Portugal, in the eyes of the older generation, a meal is not complete, without a glass of wine, thus enabling a direct involvement with the nectar. In addition, some wine lovers’, establish and maintain strong roots in wine growing, as generation after generation, day after day, cultivate their own grape vines on their properties, and the end product of the pressed grapes, is for their own consumption.

In Portugal, even those who do not directly depend on "wine" products, feel a stronger tie to those produced nationally, than to those that are imported. With all the resources available to access wines from all over the world, as Swiss consumers do, quite rightly and very well, wine never ceases to have a deeper legacy than that found in their country of origin, and this occurs everywhere, in all countries that produce wines.


Alentejo | Bairrada | Dão | Douro | Lisboa | Madeira | Minho | Setúbal

Quinta de Alderiz | Quinta do Crasto | Quinta do Portal | Quinta da Romaneira | Quinta do Javali | José Maria da Fonseca | Esporão | Quinta do Mondego | Luis Pato | Bacalhôa Vinhos | Quinta do Mouro | Adega do Monte Branco | Mouchão | Susana Esteban | Cartuxa | Malhadinha Nova | Henriques & Henriques


Red Grapes Varieties
Alfrocheiro | Alicante Bouschet | Aragonês | Baga | Bastardo | Bual | Cabernet Sauvignon | Castelão | Castelão Francês | Cornifesto | Donzelinho | Jaen | Malbec | Malvasia | Merlot | Mourisco Tinto | Periquita | Petit Syrah | Pinot Noir | Rufete | Sousão | Syrah | Tannat | Tinta Amarela | Tinta Barca | Tinta Barroca | Tinta Caiada | Tinta Miuda | Tinta Roriz | Tinto Cão | Touriga Franca | Touriga Francesa | Touriga Nacional | Trincadeira

White Grapes Varieties
Alvarinho | Antão Vaz | Arinto | Arinto de Bucelas | Bical | Cercial | Chardonnay | Encruzado | Fernão Pires | Gouveio | Loureiro | Malvasia Fina | Maria Gomes | Moscatel de Setúbal | Moscatel Galego | Moscatel Roxo | Roupeiro | Sauvignon Blanc | Semillon | Sercialinho | Viognier | Viosinho



Gomes Weine imports wines from Portugal, Spain and France, and possess over 30 years of experience in their commercialisation. Superior quality is what you can expect, and what differentiates the wines, of Gomes Weine, given that, they originated from the best producers, and were created by renowned wine makers.

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