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15th

UP TO THE 15th CENTURY

MARTINUS JOHANNS

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Following the Christian reconquest period, some settlers settled in Cadaval, whose names can be traced back to the local toponymy, such as "Martinus Johannis" which appears in a document from the year 1278, who was selling a vineyard.
Until the 15th century Martinus Johannis

15th

15th CENTURY

1492

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The oldest references found about Quinta do Gradil date back to the end of the 15th century, in a royal document by King John II of Portugal, dated February 14, 1492.
15th Century Martinus Johannis

16th

16th CENTURY

VARIETAL

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In the 16th century, Quinta do Gradil was a royal hunting lodge, where a vast fauna and flora abounded. Deer, partridges, hares, rabbits and foxes were easily found there.
16th Century Monocast Quinta do Gradil

17th

17th CENTURY

SULPHITE-FREE

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In the 17th century, Quinta do Gradil was a farmhouse. Wine was natural, closely related to the primitive winemaking process: fermented grape must. There was no technology or added sulphites.
17th Century SO2 Free Wines

18th

18th CENTURY

RESERVE WINES

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Between 1765 and 1766, two licences by King Joseph I of Portugal decreed the grubbing up of vineyards in the region where Quinta do Gradil is located. However, a survey came to consider the lands as suitable to produce good wine blends.
18th Century High Quality Vineyards

19th

19th CENTURY

MARIA DO CARMO

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Maria do Carmo turned Quinta do Gradil into a successful farm and at the same time a pleasant place for recreation and leisure.
19th Century - Maria do Carmo

20th

20th CENTURY

SALTIMBANCOS

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The Marquises of Pombal owned the Quinta for most of the 20th century, until it was sold to Isidoro Maria d'Oliveira in 1963. Isidoro was a farmer, man of culture and poet, author of the poem "Saltimbancos".
20th Century - Saltimbancos

21st

21st CENTURY

GANITA

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Hailing from a family of wine merchants, Luís Vieira learned all the tricks of the trade from his grandfather António Gomes Vieira, a.k.a. Ganita. In May 1999, he purchased Quinta do Gradil.
21st Century - Ganita
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