The history of Quinta da Mata de Cima goes back to the original years of the demarcation of the Douro Wine Region (mid-18th century).

In fact, the Mata lands were part of the so-called “Feitoria”, a designation that endorsed the best quality wine, commonly known as fine wine.

It was only in the third quarter of the 20th century that the Quinta, in its current layout, passed to the Mesquita family. It is also at this time that a new dynamic of production emerges:

more active with regard to the exploration process and wine activity and, clearly, in the commitment to progress through new execution techniques.

Everything is currently thought of organically and respecting the required standard.