Pereira D’Oliveira today is run by Luis and Filipe D’Oliveira, the fifth generation of the family and the direct descendants of Joao Pereira d’Oliveira who founded the company
The New York Madeira merchant Charles Bellows singled out São Martinho Verdelhos from the others on the island for their “wonderful perfume.”
Came in the early 1930s, when João Pereira’s grandson, Agostinho, married into the Camacho family, adding the assets of the João Joaquim Camacho & Sons wine exporting firm.
Under the guidance of João Pereira D’Oliveira’s great-grandsons, Aníbal and Luis, the firm entered a new era, where it would become world-famous for its great Madeiras
D’Oliveira producing about 150,000 litres of wines per year, and produces a wide range of wines including Tinta Negra wines at 3, 5, 10 and 15 year old.
As of 2017, the firm had available for sale 20 different vintage-dated Madeiras made over the past quarter century