Douro Valley Wine Tour

The Douro Valley Wine Tour:  an exclusive tour along a magnificent wine river

— A luxurious wine tour with spectacular views. Many wine regions lie along a famous river. But the Douro in Portugal is the most spectacular of them all! The landscape is dramatic and beautiful. The vines grow on break-neck slopes. We will enjoy two nights in a luxurious hotel along the Douro, a gem of calm and comfort. During the trip, we will get to know both the classic port wines and the more modern “table” wines that today reach world class. As well enjoy Portuguese gastronomy.

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The next wine and food tour to the Douro Valley:

  • Contact us! (autumn 2019)

This is a sample program, an example. Every wine and food tour that we organise is different and specially adapted for the season and the circumstances. Details in the program, e.g. which producers we visit, will be different each time.

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Vineyards along the river

Vineyards along the river, copyright BKWine Photography

In this stunning landscape along the Douro River in northern Portugal, the vines grip the steep slopes with their fingernails, often with the help of narrow terraces. In summer it is very hot and dry, autumn is often lovely. The grapes will be transformed into the famous port wine but more and more also into “table” wine.

The new generation of winegrowers in the Douro valley has in a few decades gained a reputation for making excellent, world-class non-fortified “table” wines. It is difficult today to make a living only from port and it turns out that the climate and the soil are also perfect for table wines, both reds and whites.

From its source in Spain, 300 miles east, where it is called the Duero, the Douro River flows west and joins the Atlantic in Porto. Already in Spain it is the source of several wines but it is when it flows into Portugal that it becomes the origin of one of the world’s most famous wines, here in the Douro Valley.

The river landscape is spectacular and wild, but it has been tamed by wine growers many hundred years back. It used to be a dangerous and violent river but since a handful of dams were built in the mid-twentieth century it is now a calm waterway. There are no longer the old-fashioned barcos rabelos transporting wine from the quinta on the water down to Porto. Instead, you see cruise ships today.

Cais da Estiva, Porto, Portugal

Cais da Estiva, Porto, Portugal, copyright BKWine Photography

We will drive up from Porto on winding roads, over the mountains with breath-taking views and into the wine districts.

We will get to know both the port wines and the red table wines of the region, and even a few whites. But calling these wines “table” wines may give the wrong impression. They are very serious wines with high ambitions.

The vineyards are very difficult to work and making wine here is a tough task. Making simple wines would hardly be worthwhile here. The winemakers focus on top-quality blends in order to gain an international reputation. Which they have done successfully.

It is good to see that many of the wines are made from genuine Portuguese grape varieties, rather than from international grapes that can be found anywhere in the world today. We will get to know wines made from touriga nacional, tinta roriz, touriga franca, souzão and others. Very exciting wines.

As demand for port is decreasing, more and more red table wine is being made. And the producers are discovering the enormous potential their grapes have for full-bodied and tasty table wines. This mix of port and high-quality table wine makes the Douro Valley a very exciting wine region to visit.

The tour starts in Porto (sometimes called Oporto). It is one of the biggest cities in Portugal although it does not count more than 200,000 inhabitants. The city centre is a gem, very old and winding streets climb the hills with many architectural sights as well as a wealth of restaurant, bars and cafes. You arrive in Porto on the Wednesday.

View over the river from a hotel room

View over the river from a hotel room, copyright BKWine Photography

Porto is on the UNESCO list of Cultural World Heritage and a must to visit. Our hotel is centrally located with only a short walk down to the old harbour. An evening walk and a glass of port while enjoying the view across the river over the sister city of Vila Nova de Gaia cannot be avoided. It is actually in Vila Nova, and not in Porto, where all the port houses have their lodges. If you have the possibility we do recommend that you spend a day or two extra in Porto.

On Thursday morning our bus will pick us up at the hotel and we will start our journey into the Douro Valley, up the river. We will spend the following two nights in Alto Douro, the heart of the valley. Our hotel is a luxury hotel along the river. We will spend two nights here as well as have two dinners together.

Saturday evening we are back in Porto where we will spend our last night.

Our visits will be a mixture of big houses and small family producers. We visit 2 or 3 producers every day – travel is slow in the Douro on the narrow and winding roads. We will focus both on port wines and on table wines.

We will also have ample opportunities to get to know the traditional Portuguese food, a gastronomy of its own. Cooking is often traditionally rustic but high-class cuisine has also arrived in the Douro Valley. We will enjoy three lunches together as guests at the vineyards. On the Thursday and Friday evenings, we will also be enjoying two gastronomic dinners together.

The tour is led by one of BKWine’s wine and travel expert guides.

Douro landscape and vineyards a rainy and sunny day

Douro landscape and vineyards a rainy and sunny day, copyright BKWine Photography

More info

We have written a lot about the Douro Valley and about wine touring in the region, what to do and what to expect.

Here you can find more about travelling in the Douro Valley.

You can also find more information on the Douro Valley wines on BKWine Magazine.

Program — Douro Valley wine tour

This is a sample program, an example. Every wine and food tour that we organise is different and specially adapted for the season and the circumstances. Details in the program, e.g. which producers we visit, will be different each time.

Preliminary programme.

For more details, contact BKWine.

Program overview

  • Day 1, Wednesday — Arrival in Porto
  • Day 2, Thursday — Between Pinhao and Regua
  • Day 3, Friday — High up in the upper Douro
  • Day 4, Saturday — Tradition and modernity in the Douro
  • Day 5, Sunday — Heading back home

Wednesday, Day 1 — arrival in Porto

Arrival in Porto (read more on Porto on the link) at your leisure and time to check in at our centrally located hotel.

A boat on the Douro river in the Porto harbour

A boat on the Douro river in the Porto harbour, copyright BKWine Photography

When you arrive in Porto you check in to our very central four-star hotel. It is in “the old town” just next to the old harbour with plenty of restaurants and bars within walking distance.

You should absolutely take a short walk down to the river and look across to Vila Nova de Gaia where the where all the traditional port lodges of the big brands are located: Taylor’s, Sandeman, Dow’s, Ferreira, Croft, Ramos Pinto etc.

Along the river, you can also see a few well-preserved samples of the traditional boats, barcos rabelos, used for transporting wines on the river.

There are plenty of restaurants and bars along the quay-side and if you want to stroll over to Vila Nova it is just a short walk across the Eiffel-inspired bridge.

The evening is free to discover Porto. One of the very best restaurants in the region is just around the corner from our hotel. Perhaps a good way to begin the tour?

Dom Luis I bridge seen from Cais da Ribeira, Porto. Na Sra da Serra do Pilar monastery, Vila Nova de Gaia

Dom Luis I bridge seen from Cais da Ribeira, Porto. Na Sra da Serra do Pilar monastery, Vila Nova de Gaia, copyright BKWine Photography

Thursday, Day 2 — Between Pinhao and Regua

Our comfortable bus picks us up in the morning and our journey across the mountain and along the river begins.

A winery building on a hilltop with terraced vineyards all around

A winery building on a hilltop with terraced vineyards all around

The road along the Douro River is slow and winding and to get a good start we take the motorway to Vila Real and Peso da Regua. From there we will go along the river more slowly, into the Alto Douro, the heart of the district. When we arrive there and you see it you will understand why this is on the UNESCO list of Cultural World Heritage!

This day we will visit some top quality wine producers who have invested heavily in recent years to gain world reputation not only for the port wines but also for the table wines.

The grape must destined to become port is often fermented in lagares, the traditional shallow stone troughs. Sometimes they are equipped with computer controlled pigeage, mechanical feet that replicates the stomping of human feet. But many producers still do tread the grapes with “real” people.

After a few kilometres along the river, we arrive at Quinta de Tedo, owned by the Frenchman Vincent Bouchard (with family ties to Bouchard Pere & Fils in Burgundy) and his American wife Kay. They bought this 250-year-old property, including 14 ha of vineyards, in 1992.

Old oak vats with aging wine

Old oak vats with aging wine

After a visit to the cellar and a thorough tasting, we sit down for a traditional lunch. We will, of course, taste the range of wines from the winery along the food, including some delicious ports, and we will taste their very exclusive olive oil.

After lunch, we will visit a quinta owned by one of the major port wine companies. It will be a big contrast to the small Quinta do Tedo.

The dimension is very different, but the landscape and the vineyards around this quinta are just as incredibly spectacular.

Late afternoon we check in at our hotel, the beautiful five-star hotel, located in the small town of Pinhão, which is one of the main towns in the wine region of Douro. Take a walk, relax in the garden or in the comfortable bar. Perhaps the weather even allows a swim in the pool.

Later in the evening, we all gather for aperitif and dinner in the hotel restaurant in classic English country style.

The view over the river and vineyards from Quinta do Tedo in the Douro Valley

The view over the river and vineyards from Quinta do Tedo in the Douro Valley, copyright BKWine Photography

Friday, Day 3 — Up, far into the Douro valley

After breakfast, we will continue our tour along the beautiful river, looking calm but actuall treacherous, to reach Santo Adrião .

Table set for lunch and a wine tasting

Table set for lunch and a wine tasting, copyright BKWine Photography

We head upstream towards São João da Pesqueira where we will visit Quinta de Sra. do Rosario, perhaps better known as Quevedo Wines. Oscar Quevedo and his family have some 100 ha of vineyards in Cima Corgo and Douro Superior.

The road up to São João da Pesqueira is a never-ending series of curves and bends so one tends to grip the bus seat firmly. The views are spectacular.

Quevedo Wines makes both table wine and port, including some very exclusive tawny (barrel aged) ports. We will taste a series of older and older tawnies. Oscar started his career working in finance in Madrid and Geneva but has come back to the Douro some years back and is now working with his sister, who is the winemaker, to develop the family winery.

Oscar, still young, has already created a name for Quevedo Wines all over the world. Being young he has a talent for “social media” on the internet which certainly helps. It will be an interesting visit that will give you an insight into both wines and marketing.

We will have delicious lunch in the nearby town of Ervedosa. This is a family owned restaurant, very ambitious. We will be served different Portuguese specialities, everything delicious. The wine list is superb and we will try several different Douro wines with the lunch.

We stay in Ervedosa for our afternoon visit to a French-owned quinta with a state-of-the-art wine cellar and a breathtakingly beautiful view.

Late afternoon we are back in the hotel and we have time for a relaxing break before it’s time for our dinner together. We recommend a walk in the village of Pinhão to look at the beautiful azulejos, the painted tiles, at the small train station.

Vineyards along the river

Vineyards along the river, copyright BKWine Photography

Saturday, Day 4 — Tradition and modernity in the Douro Valley

We will leave our hotel in the morning and slowly begin our slow journey back to Porto. You must never be in a hurry in the Douro Valley!

The Douro River with terraced vineyards and a riverside village

The Douro River with terraced vineyards and a riverside village, copyright BKWine Photography

But we will start the day with going to the small village of Vale de Mendiz. Mendiz is a tributary that joins the Douro near Pinhao. Here we will visit a family estate, specialized in Douro wines, that has received much attention in recent years. Here the grapes are still trodden in traditional lagars.

Then we head back towards Regua.

Our last visit on this tour will be at Quinta Senhora da Graca. This is a small family estate outside the village of Lobrigos, near Regua.

Here we have a beautiful view of the river and some very old vineyards, over 80 years old. We will meet Vasco, the owner and the winemaker, maybe both his father and mother will be there too. After a short visit and a wine tasting, Vasco’s mother will serve us a typical Portuguese home-made lunch.

We always enjoy our lunch here very much and are often reluctant to leave. But after cheese and dessert, it will be time to start going back to Porto.

Autumn colours in the steep terraced vineyard

Autumn colours in the steep terraced vineyard

On our way back we pass once again the mountain range that protects the upper Douro from the maritime breezes and that gives the Douro Valley its very special climate, with sometimes stunningly hot summer days.

The upper Douro was long very isolated and a journey upriver could take many hours from Porto but today there is a modern and rapid highway.

Early evening we arrive back in Porto for a last night.

The evening is free to discover the restaurants and nightlife of Porto. We are happy to share with you our best restaurant addresses! Perhaps a stroll along the quayside, or a walk across the “Eiffel Bridge” to Vila Nova an all the water-front restaurants? Or a short trip to the coast and a visit to one of the fish restaurants? There is plenty to do in Porto.

Cais da Ribeira, Porto, Portugal

Cais da Ribeira, Porto, Portugal, copyright BKWine Photography

Sunday, Day 5 — Heading back home

The tour ends after breakfast. Departure.

The program may be subject to minor modifications.

In the wine cellar at Quinta do Tedo in the Douro Valley

In the wine cellar at Quinta do Tedo in the Douro Valley, copyright BKWine Photography

Fact sheet — Wine tour to the Douro Valley in Portugal

Dates: This is a sample program. Look in the menu “Our Tours > Scheduled Tours” to check what scheduled tours are currently on the program or contact us to discuss a custom made private wine tour.

Price per person: This is a sample program. Look in the menu “Our Tours > Scheduled Tours” to check what scheduled tours are currently on the program or contact us to discuss a custom made private wine tour.

Included in the price:

  • 4 hotel nights, double occupancy, including breakfast
    • 2 nights in Porto
    • 2 nights in the upper Douro Valley
  • Meals as described in the program above (*):
    • 3 gastronomic multi-course lunches, including wines, at wineries or local restaurants
    • 1 gastronomic multi-course dinner, including wines
    • 1 luxurious gastronomic star-chef multi-course tasting dinner, including wines
  • Start and end point: Porto
  • Bus transport during the whole trip
  • All vineyard and winery visits
  • Private, high-quality tastings at wineries, approx. 3 per day
  • Visits will be in English
  • Wine guiding and wine tutoring by an expert BKWine guide

(*) See below for more important information on our meals.

Not included:

  • Travel (flights) to the destination and back from your home location.

You organise your travel to Porto yourself. If you want assistance with organising your flight tickets etc, please contact us.

We warmly recommend that you plan a few extra days here if you have the time! It is a very interesting place and well worth some “non-wine” tourism too! We can assist you with booking additional hotel nights if you want.

For this trip to take place we must have a minimum of 4 participants registered at the “book before” date. Maximum number of travel guests: 8.

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This is a sample program. Look in the menu “Our Tours > Scheduled Tours” to check what scheduled tours are currently on the program or contact us to discuss a custom made private wine tour.

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About the wine producers and wineries we visit

Sandra Tavares da Silva, owner-winemaker at Wine & Soul

Sandra Tavares da Silva, owner-winemaker at Wine & Soul, copyright BKWine Photography

Our aim is that you shall experience some of the best and most interesting that the wine region has to offer, both wine and food.

We put a big effort into finding and creating outstanding winery visits. Often it will not be the most “famous” and internationally well-known wineries that will give you the best and most unique experiences…

It is usually when you get to meet the winemaker or winery owner himself (or often herself) that the visits become really exciting. And perhaps we even meet the whole family at the estate.

You start discussing and start to understand what it is they do and why in the winery and in the vineyard. Maybe we will also have lunch in the winery or at their home. Need we say we invariably have private wine tastings at the wineries?

That is why our trips are not “jam-packed” with visits at wineries. Nevertheless, we often run short of time since the discussions – and the wine tastings – can easily become very engaging…

Our wine country tours typically include a mix of small family producers, exclusive boutique wineries and larger internationally well-known wine estates, all selected with great care so that it will give you a unique experience of the people and of the behind-the-scenes in the winery and a good understanding of the wine district’s characteristics, tradition and culture.

At the time of publishing a travel program, not all visits have been finalised. We are continuously working on improving the program. The domaines / wineries / châteaux that we visit on a tour may therefore sometimes differ from what was written in the original program. Contact us if you want more details, or if you have any special requests.

With our contacts and our experience from the world of wine with more than 20 years as wine journalists, with more than 10 wine books published, and as wine tour organisers, we have unique contacts and unparalleled knowledge. You can be certain to get the best wine travel experiences with BKWine Tours.

On meals: food and gastronomy

Preparing a wine tasting and lunch

Preparing a wine tasting and lunch

Wine and food are intimately linked. That is part of our wine travel philosophy; wine is an integral part of the gastronomy.

A wine tour with BKWine will therefore also be a gastronomic experience.

The meals that are included in a tour with BKWine are on a gourmet level and of very high standard.

Sometimes we will have a meal with a winemaker, perhaps in the wine cellar or at the winery, or even in their home. This is a unique experience that is generally not open to other visitors to wineries. It is an occasion to experience exciting combinations of food and wine while discussing with the people who made the wine.

Sometimes we will have a luxurious meal at a gourmet restaurant. At other times it may be not at a prestigious luxury address but at a local restaurant selected for its presentation of local gastronomic specialities, its atmosphere and its quality – a place where locals go. Or perhaps it will be a buffet lunch made at home by the winemaker and his wife. In all cases, we want to show you local gastronomic specialities and the local food and wine pairings.

Do not expect a picnic with salad and sausage from the supermarket and wine in plastic mugs… Think instead of a wine-and-dine experience with a menu designed by the chef for you with three or four courses and delicious wines.

A wine tour with BKWine is also a culinary experience both for the wine enthusiast and for the gourmet. A gourmet wine tour!

Customer protection and financial travel guarantee

BKWine AB is a Swedish-registered tour operator. As such BKWine has a so-called financial travel guarantee deposit with the oversight agency called Kammarkollegiet according to Swedish law as well as EU regulations. Thanks to this you can feel safe when booking your tour with BKWine. Our travel terms and conditions are based on the guidelines developed by the Consumer Protection Agency (Konsumentverket) in collaboration with the travel industry. Read more on this in our travel terms and conditions.

The below information is required as specified by the travel industry oversight agency. All “packaged tour operators” are required by law to have this information in their tour programs:

“The combined travel services that you are offered constitutes a packaged tour in the sense defined by EU regulation 2015/2302.”

“Therefore you benefit from all the EU rights for packaged tours. The company BKWine AB will be responsible for that they packaged tour as a whole is completed correctly.”

“In addition, the company BKWine AB has, as required by law, a protection to repay your payments, and in the case that transport is included in the packaged tour, assure your home transportation in the case that they become insolvent.”

“More information about essential right according to EU directive 2015/2302.”

Read more on this on our page with information about customer protection.

Health, vaccination etc

Our tours have no particular health requirements. However, on a wine tour, you are likely to be walking around in vineyards and in wine cellars, and visits and tastings may often be done standing up. Read more on this in our travel terms and conditions. Contact us if you have any questions.

Most of our travel destination have no particular requirements for vaccination, health or health certificates. What kind of vaccinations etcetera that may be required depends on your nationality and/or which country you come from, so it is impossible to give generally valid detailed information. Read more on this in our travel terms and conditions and contact your doctor, a health and vaccination centre or us if you have any questions.

Travel insurance

BKWine does not sell travel insurance. If you want travel insurance check if your regular home insurance includes some kind of travel insurance or contact your regular insurance company or a travel insurance specialist.

Why travel with BKWine?

Wine slowly aging in the barrel cellar

Wine slowly ageing in the barrel cellar, copyright BKWine Photography

We are experts and specialists in wine and food tours and wine tourism, but also in wine from a broader perspective.

No other tour operator has a comparable knowledge and experience of wine, wine regions, wine tours and gourmet travel as BKWine.

We have organised hundreds of wine and food tours. This is what we love to do because it is fun and exciting. What we want more than anything is to share with you all these wonderful experiences.

Our tours are not designed to make you buy wine from a specific producer, in contrary to some that are organised by importers or wine retailers or by wine tour companies affiliated with wine sellers. Instead, we can choose the winery visits that are best for you!

It does not matter if you are “a total novice” on wine and food or if you have life-long experience in the wine sector. We will give you a very special experience, in a way that no other tour operator can do.

We write in specialised wine magazines and one of our books has won the prize as best wine book in the world. We are regularly called on to be part of judging panels in wine competitions.

We personally visit some 300 vineyards every year. We have organised several hundreds of wine and food tours with an experience going back more than twenty years. We are invited as speakers at wine tourism and culinary touring conferences. Even the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) and the World Bank have as us for advice on wine tourism. We are proud to have been able to help!

We choose our tour destinations and winery visits with great care. Not because a winery happens to be carrying a “famous name” but because they will give our guests — you! — a unique and special experience when you visit them with BKWine.

You may be looking for a short wine weekend holiday or a longer wine vacation; in all cases, you can be confident that you will get a top quality tour, an experience of a lifetime. Or at least an experience that will last you until the next time you come on a wine tour with BKWine. Many of our travellers are returning clients.

A wine and food tour with BKWine is always guided by a knowledgeable and experienced BKWine guide and tour manager, someone who knows the ins and outs of wine, of the local gastronomy, of the culture and who speaks the language.

Some Awards and Mentions

Some accolades we at BKWine and our wine and food tours have received:

  • “World’s Top Wine Tours” by Travel + Leisure Magazine, the world’s biggest travel magazine
  • “Best wine tasting holidays”, AOL Travel’s list of top wine tours
  • “Recommended Wine Tours” by Munskankarna, the world’s biggest wine tasting and wine appreciation association
  • “World’s Best Wine Book for Professionals” as well as “Best Wine Book of the Year”
  • Runner-up as “World’s Best Educational Wine Book”
  • The OIV (International Organisation of Vine and Wine) book award, the prestigious “Nobel Prize of Wine Literature”
  • “Wine Personality of the Year” by Munskankarna, the world’s biggest wine tasting and wine appreciation association
  • On the Wine Media Power List by Wine Business International Magazine

Read more on why to choose BKWine for a wine and food tour.

Read more on what previous travellers have said about our tours.

Important information

Our groups are always small. The group size may vary, sometimes maximum 8, sometimes 20, but always of modest size. We do not do “minimum 20, maximum 45”. Check the details in each program. This is important since it guarantees a quality experience and a personal welcome at the wineries we visit.

Read the BKWine Booking Terms and Conditions here. They are important to you!

You organise your travel independently to the destination for most of our tours but on location, we take care of everything.

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6 Comments to Douro Valley Wine Tour

  1. Oscar Quevedo March 1, 2011 at 01:56 #

    Hi Per, great to see your program to the Douro valley. I hope you have a chance to visit us one day!

    • per March 6, 2011 at 23:07 #

      We’d be delighted to come and visit you – hope to have the opportunity one day. In English we only do the Douro tour on demand at the moment, but we have a Swedish language tour scheduled for the autumn.

  2. Maria Foy January 1, 2013 at 19:23 #

    Well thought and planned tour.
    If requested , a longer stay in Douro could include Lamego with Romanesque Art examples around and a river leg, up or downstream from Régua and some use of the train, particularly for environmental minded clients.
    I am very glad that more discerning people are finding their way to this hidden and remote area and its particular beauty and given a chance to taste and discover its good wines.
    Thanks and success.
    Maria Foy

    • Per Karlsson January 2, 2013 at 11:26 #

      Hello Maria.

      Nice to hear from you again. We met in the Douro (well, first in Lisbon) as I am sure you remember. Thanks for the suggestions!

      This itinerary is just a sample and we would customise it on request. We tend to focus on the wine side, since that is where we are experts and that’s where people will get most value from us. (We know a lot about wine and food but not so much about churches and museums… 😉 ) But we always recommend that people spend a few extra days, which they often do.

      The Douro is certainly one of the most spectacular wine tour destinations!



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