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Vinha Maria Teresa 2013 Red has an opaque colour with deep violet hues. Extraordinary complex on the nose, with fresh aromas of spice, gum cistus and wild berry fruit. Everything is well-balanced, resulting in a wine of great freshness and depth. Lush palate and charming beginning that leads to a tight-knit structure of firm, finely-textured tannins nicely wrapped in complex flavours of wild berry fruit and fresh spice. A unique and distinctive wine with an elegant and lingering finish
Deep violet, excellent intensity and aromatic elegance with predominant notes of rock rose flower, dark chocolate and white pepper. Fine tannins and very compact, all in perfect balance.
The grapes were first foot trodden in a traditional stone tank (“lagar”) and after this, they were transferred into an open stainless steel tank with robotic pistons. Fermentation took place for 7 days under strict controlled temperature environment
20 months in new oak barrels (225 litres) (85% French oak, 15% American oak)
<p>Casa da Esteira Reserva Red Wine is distinguished by its aromatic complexity, with the barrel, the fruit and some suggestive notes of dry vegetable and spices, very well integrated. The palate is fresh, with salivating acidity and fine tannins, in a structured, tasty wine with a good length finish. </p>
<p>kopke is the oldest Port wine house.It was established in 1638, even before there was a Demarcated Region of the Douro. This House built an impeccable reputation based on the highest quality. It is leader in the production of Port Tawny Colheita wines, including white port, Kopke has a remarkable range of special category Ports, also producing excellent DOC Douro wines</p>
<p>Morgadio da Calçada is one of the 13 manor houses that tell the stories of the major Port wine producers of Provesende. Surrounded by terraces covered in vineyards and olive trees, the house takes us on a comfortable and refined journey back to the 17th century</p> <p></p> <p></p>
<p><span>Quinta do Espinho covers 20 hectares over Távora River on the left bank of Douro River, the wine culture centre of Douro Valley in the sub-region of Cima Corgo where some of the most emblematic Port Wine farms are situated.</span></p> <p><span><span>Thirty years ago, one branch of the Macedo Pinto family has taken over Quinta do Espinho, driving it to the production of top class red wine in the Douro</span></span></p>