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Vinha do Plagão Red Wine by Quinta do Bronze is structured and balanced on palate, fresh and vibrant. Excellent acidity. Beautiful fruity notes combined with the excellence of the barrel. Pairs well with intense and traditional cuisine and strong cheeses.
Lua Cheia 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. Lua Cheia wants to show the world what is best produced in Portugal. The passion for the wines began in the Douro, but was divided later by other regions
Pairs well with elegant cuisine and intense cheeses
16 - 18ºC
Produced at Quinta do Bronze in Vale Mendiz, located on the left bank of Vale do Pinhão, dated from 1823. Quinta do Bronze comes from plots at an altitude of 300 meters. Classic vinification at a controlled temperature
<p><span>Lua Cheia 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. Lua Cheia wants to show the world what is best produced in Portugal. The passion for the wines began in the Douro, but was divided later by other regions</span></p>
<p>Quinta do Portal is a Portuguese, family and independent house that embraced with all passion the concept of "Boutique Winery", dedicated to the production of DOC Douro wines, Port Wines of special categories and Moscatel</p>
<p>A different white wine, marked by the carving, based first on the fruit and freshness of the varieties, with a second dimension dominated by the earthy, almost chemical notes of the carving. In the mouth some texture, always supported in tension and acidity</p>
<p>Poças Fora da Serie Cerceal Branco white wine is only made from the rare grape variety “Cerceal”, sourced from Douro Superior, aged in new French oak casks for 9 months, resulting in a very fresh wine, with saline nuances together with well-defined and balanced acidity</p>
<p>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.</p> <p>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</p>
<p class="page-title">The Quinta do Carqueijal white, harvest of 2016, has a citrus colour. Fresh and fruity aromas, citrus and mineral notes, good acidity. Final persistent, soft and fresh mouth</p> <p> </p> <p></p>
<p>Located in the Roncão valley, a famous site for the quality of its wines, Quinta do Síbio presents itself as one of Real Companhia Velha’s oldest estates. Today the property, extends onto the plateau of Alijó with a total area of 101,5 ha enjoying South and West sun exposure, in between 90 and 550 metres of altitude</p> <p>The layout of the vines follow the level curves and are installed in traditional socalcos made os shist stones, highlighting the heritage of this property.</p> <p>Following a total restructuring of its vines, this charming quinta is one of the most innovative projects in the region, where we implement a vast program to recue some of Douro's oldest varieties, which were in risk of extintion.</p>