The story of a wine starts with its vine. The Poço do Canto vines occupy an area of 20 hectares, and are planted in schist soil, distinctive of the region. The sun shines through the vines, warranting a sterling solar exposition from the south, in an altitude of 600m. The vines are composed by a wide range of wine grape varieties that give rise to Lucinda Todo Bom wines. The highlights are Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Souzão and Tinta Barroca.

The other vines are in the Foz Côa county, at a lower altitude, where we produce generous wines, like the famous Port Wine. The wine grapes selected are Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, Tinto Cão, Tinta Francisca and Alicante Bouschet.

All the vines integrate the sub-region Upper Douro in the Douro Demarcated Region, classified by UNESCO in 14 december 2001 as a World Heritage Site in the “cultural landscape” section. The beautiful mountains that surround this area give it unique mesological and climatic characteristics.


The harvest is done manually, as tradition dictates, and it is in the Poço do Canto vineyard that all the Lucinda Todo Bom wines start to gain shape. Through traditional methods and integrated production, the winemaking is made in stainless steel vats with temperature control and the resting in wooden barrels.

The bottling is done at the Poço do Canto vineyward, where nothing is led to chance. The cork, carefully chosen to provide the best quality, helps protect the wine that can reach a longevity of 20 to 30 years.

The young enologist Mateus Nicolau de Almeida started to produce high quality wine in 2003, through traditional methods. These methods dictate that the wine needs a long period of bottled resting (6 to 12 years) to be turned into delicious nectars, ready to be tasted by our consumers.

Main labels

At Lucinda Todo Bom, there are two main labels.

Fraga Alta was the first to be registered in 1993 and its production started in 1996, certified by Casa do Douro.

Quinta dos Romanos is produced in Poço do Canto since 2003, year where Mateus Nicolau de Almeida, our winemaker, helped extract the best parts of the vine. The terroir in Poço do Canto is unique, because the terrains are composed of a transition between schist and granite, which gives it a very distinctive identity.

The wines are very different, caused by the distinguished climates and soil characteristics. What puts them apart is their freshness, the natural acidity and the fact that grand technical corrections or complex enology labor are not necessary.