The Morgadio da Calçada has personalized rooms for visitors who want to know one of the most traditional producer of the Douro wines branded Morgadio da Calçada from the winemaker Dirk Niepoort.
The Morgadio da Calçada have eight bedrooms and can accommodate 16 people and children under 12 years. This is a great seventeenth century manor hous, located in the village classified (winemaking) of Provesende, in the Douro Valley, the most representative architecture erudite throughout the region.
The rooms have been restored to the old barns using a contemporary architectural language. Have a pool built in the ancient ruins of a former wine warehouse of Port Wine. The Morgadio da Calçada is located within a property with 5 hectares of vineyard, with wines that are made Morgadio Calçada by the winemaker Dirk van der Niepoort
It is eight quarters next to a stately manor from the XVII century, is one of the best known in the region, erected in the villages classified Douro - Village of winemaking Provesende - and of greatest interest from the standpoint of heritage and culture, with a tradition in all relevant events that marked the region of Port Wine.
For the project of Wine Tourism were harnessed and renewed the ancient agricultural buildings, having been made a contemporary architecture intervention, guaranteeing all comforts: air conditioning, private bathroom, television, tea in the rooms, keeping, however, the rural character of the old buildings.
For guests is reserved a room with every comfort, but also the use of other spaces from the Manor House where meals can be served, made wine tastings, cooking classes, etc..
Wine Tourism facilities are surrounded by 4.5 ha of vineyards where wines are produced with the brand Morgadio da Calçada, labeled by the architect Siza Vieira and architect Michel Toussaint, and its winemaker Dirk van der Niepoort, the which is a partnership between the sidewalk of Morgadio da Calçada and well known wine company Niepoort.
In addition to the production of wines, whose sale is available to those who visit us are even soaps made with olive oil and port wine following an old recipe of the house as well as beeswax candles and Port Wine.
Guests are guaranteed a personalized reception and have the opportunity to live day-to-day of a emblematic farm of the region and one of the best that recalls the heyday of Port wine.
The Morgadio da Calçada has staged various cultural initiatives, from photography workshops, seminars and filmmaking.