Douro (also referred as Alto Douro) is a Portuguese wine region centered on the Douro river and has the most highest wine classification as a Denominação de Origem Controlada (DOC). The region is associated with Port Wine Production, and produces as much table wine as it does fortified wine, and the principal grape varieties include black grapes...
Douro (also referred as Alto Douro) is a Portuguese wine region centered on the Douro river and has the most highest wine classification as a Denominação de Origem Controlada (DOC). The region is associated with Port Wine Production, and produces as much table wine as it does fortified wine, and the principal grape varieties include black grapes Bastardo, Mourisco Tinto, Tinta Amarela, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Cao, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Francesa, Touriga Nacional, and white grapes Donzelinho Branco, Gouveio, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato, and Viosinho. The Douro wine region is situated around the Douro River Valley, is sheltered by Atlantic winds by the Marão and Montemuro mountains and has a continental climate, with hot and dry summers and cold winters. Douro is subdivided into three subregions: Baixo Corgo, Cima Corgo, and Douro Superior. The following section of wines is composed by Rosé Wines, also known as Rosado, is made from a wide variety of grapes, and may be the oldest known type of wine. It incorporates some of the color from the grapes skin, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine, and can be found across the globe. The color of Rose wine can range from a pale orange to a vivid near purple, depending the grape varieties used and the winemaking techniques. The skin contact is one of the methods to produce rosé wine, when the black-skinned grapes are crushed and the skins are allowed to remain in contact with the juice from one to three days period. The Saignée (from French bleeding) method is applied when the winemaker desires to impart more tannin and color to a red wine, where some of the pink juice can be removed at an early stage. The Vin Gris are wines made from the immediate pressing of red skin grapes without any maceration time.
Vinha da Urze Rosé Wine is produced by Carm
Arrojo rosé wine produced in the Douro region by the grape varieties Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinta Barroca
Cadão Rosé produced in the Douro region by the Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz grape varieties
Cheda Rosé is a blended wine made from the grapes of different Lavradores de Feitoria's farms. The result is a superb Douro DOC
Sagrado Rosé was made through traditional Douro vine varieties
Vinha Grande Rosé is characterized by an alliance between a good aromatic intensity and a remarkable acidity that gives it an extraordinary elegance.It reveals at its best all the potential of the Douro region in the production of high quality Rosé wines
Quinta de la Rosa Rosé has a pretty salmon pink colour, floral aromas, freshness and is quite delicate. On the palate, the rosé shows pretty fruit with red currant touches and is soft and light
Pôpa rosé wine is soft, fresh, young and is appealing to drink
Bafarela Rosé wine is a very lively and intense in the nose, with red fruit, great freshness and length, with volume and good structure.
Balance, harmony and authenticity are the slogans of Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo
Producer: Quinta Vale d'Aldeia
Producer: WDV - Wine Douro Valley, Unip. Lda.
Producer: Ana Rola Wines.
Producer: Quinta da Rede, Sociedade Agrícola SA.