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Quinta da Seara d' Ordens Reserva White is a ripe and intense wine, specific of the Terroir of the Douro, and a positive ageing in the bottle is predictable for a period of 4 to 5 years after bottling.
The nobleness of the grapes Malvasia Fina, Rabigato, Fernão Pires and Viosinho, associated to the ground and the microclimate of Douro has given Quinta Seara d’Ordens Reserva White wine personality and a unique character. It has fermented in oak casks for 6 months.
<p>The Quinta Colinas de S. Lourenço was acquired in 2009, this extensive property is located in São Lourenço do Bairro, Anadia, in the heart of Bairrada, wine region par excellence and Region especially cherished by IDEALDRINKS. The 80 hectares of vineyards are scattered over the clay-limestone soils of the gentle hills typical of the region, which gave rise to its name</p>
<p>Churchill's was founded in 1981 and is the only British Port Wine company to be established in 50 years. John Graham, the founder, had thus fulfilled the desire to produce a wine with its own individual style</p>
<p>Quinta do Javali PGE White Wine presents light yellow colour with a greenish tinges. An attractive, challenging nose, beginning with a fruity component dominated by citrus fruits, which continues with an expressive aroma of fennel. The palette of aromas continues to reveal itself with notes of aniseed, brioche, butter, and finally the excellent greedy notes of toasted barrel. In the mouth, the bâtonnage the wine underwent improves its excellent structure. This is a wine which will age well in the bottle. The notes of citrus fruits nicely complement the minerality of the terroir, where the noble, exceptional vines manage to combine ancestrality with excellent quality.</p>
<p>Quinta da Casa Amarela has been in the possession of the same family since the year 1885. The housing, rebuilt and expanded in the first quarter of the last century, lends the name to the property, because of the yellow color with which it is painted . Family-oriented company, continuation of the multicentennial traditions of the region, in the art of producing Port Wine and Douro Denomination of Origin Wine</p> <p></p>
<p>Quinta de Sá de Baixo is located in Sedielos, municipality of Peso da Régua. </p> <p>The white wines, fermented at low temperatures with total destemming, are subject to less ageing and are bottled young, in order to preserve the balance between acidity and fruit achieved during vinification.</p>
<p>The Quinta do Síbio Field Blend calls upon a Douro tradition in which old vines reveal an unusual blend of different varieties in one single parcel, producing wines of great character and immense complexity.</p>
<p>The history of the family Vasques de Carvalho has roots as strong as a vine and is confused with the history of the Douro. Its origins date back to the mid-nineteenth century and the family wine company, which has always transformed its production into generous wine, selling part to the exporting houses and aging another part, adding value.</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>