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<p>Intense and fruity aroma of raspberries and ripe cherries, in harmony with very discreet notes of the brief stage in barrels.<br />Wide mouth, with soft and voluminous tannins, with a very fresh and involving finish</p>
<p>Quinta do Crasto Vinhas Velhas is deep ruby in colour. The nose shows a particular complexity, with notes of gum cistus and fresh spice, very well integrated with exuberant aromas of wild fruits. Elegant on the palate, rapidly evolving into a wine of excellent volume and a compact structure made of fresh, velvety-textured tannins. The finish is lingering and balanced. A wine that mirrors the unique identity of the old vines of Quinta do Crasto</p> <p></p>
<p>Quinta do Vallado, established in 1716, is one of the oldest and most famous Quintas in the Douro Valley. It once belonged to the legendary Dona Antia Adelaide Ferreira, and still belongs to her descendents</p>
<p>“Quinta do Vallado, established in 1716, is one of the oldest and most famous “Quintas” in the Douro Valley”. It once belonged to the legendary Dona Antónia Adelaide Ferreira, and still belongs to her descendents</p> <p> </p>
<p>Quinta do Vallado, established in 1716, is one of the oldest and most famous estates in the Douro Valley.</p> <p>It is located on the banks of the Corgo River, a tributary of the Douro River, right next to its mouth and close to the town of Peso da Régua.</p> <p>It belonged to the legendary Dona Antónia Adelaide Ferreira and remains to this day in the hands of her descendants.</p>
<p>Niepoort launched their first Rose in 1999, with the aim of proving that Ros can also be wines of great quality. Produced from old vines and fermented in barrels, the Redoma Rosis a well-balanced wine best suited as a versatile accompaniment to food</p>
<p>The company was founded in 1926 by Mr. Messias Baptista, who served as chairman until 1973. The management is still held by the descendants of MESSIAS family. <span id="result_box" lang="en" xml:lang="en">Since its foundation</span> that MESSIAS <span lang="en" xml:lang="en">has been producing and selling high quality wines from the main demarcated regions:</span> Bairrada, Douro, Dão, Vinho Verde, Beiras and Vinho do Porto. The company is also known for the high quality of its Champagne method Sparkling wines and aged Brandies</p> <p></p> <p> </p> <p></p>
<p>Quinta da Pacheca is one of the best known estates in the Douro region and also one of the first properties to bottle wine under its own label. It is first mentioned in a document dated April 1738 but it was only in 1903, when Dom José Freire de Serpa Pimentel decided to develop his interest in oenology, began to seriously dedicate himself to the risky business of winemaking. Today, a century and many successes later, a brand-new generation of the Serpa Pimentel family</p> <p></p>
<p>Lua Cheia em Vinhas Velhas is a result of the passion to display the individuality and character that the creators of this project have with the Douro region for more than two decades. After so many years of being surprised by this unique wine region, in 2009 the time arrived to show what they have been seeing in Douro wines. The company's history began in that year with the production of white wines from Murça, an area forgotten by progress, but that produces unique wines with full identity. In 2010, work began on an investment in the winery in Martim, Douro, and in 2012, in the cradle of Alvarinho, Monção region. In 2013, a partnership was started in Alentejo, vinifying, in third party facilities, the grapes chosen and acquired in the region of Estremoz. In 2017, Lua Cheia has extended its presence into other Portuguese wine region – Dão</p>
<p>The wine’s nose is very fresh and intense with notes of wild black fruits and berries, and the very marked fresh floral notes typical of Touriga Nacional. In the mouth, the wine is concentrated, hot, showing elegant but firm tannins. It has a very persistent finish, traditional from the Douro Superior</p>