Anadia family business founded in the 1920s by the Costa brothers, who initially commercialized Port wines and which, after the ban in the 1930s from doing it outside Vila Nova de Gaia, concentrated on Bairrada wines and then on Dão wines . It was at that time that he dedicated himself to the markets of Brazil and the colonies, with the famous bairradine brand Frei João appearing and then in the 1960s the brand of Dão Porta dos Cavaleiros that are still commercialized today. This producer’s old wines are a well-kept heritage that activates the memory of classic Portuguese wines, revealing the aging potential of these two appellations, eclipsed since the late 1990s with the emergence of regions with a more modern wine style. Today, in addition to the classic Baga da Bairrada and Touriga nacional do Dão, more international grape varieties such as Chardonnay, Cabernet-Sauvignon, Syrah were included in the production …. The wine tasting at the cellars is an opportunity to take a trip to Portugal. current in a cave in Ali-Bairrada.