Quinta do Vallado Reserva its a mineral white wine full of herbs and floral notes, on the nose. It's a wine well integrated with oak, full bodied, with excellent acidity, good complexity and with a persistent finish.
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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 descendants. It lies on both banks of the Corgo River, a tributary of the Douro River, near its mouth, close to the town of Peso da Régua. For almost 200 years, Quinta do Vallado´s main activity was the production of Porto wines that were commercialised by the Ferreira Port House (belonging to the Ferreira family). Following Dona Antónia Adelaide Ferreira´s great achievement, her Great-grandson Jorge Viterbo Ferreira, and his son Jorge Cabral Ferreira were the main architects of the further development of Quinta´s vineyards and winery. Moving from the centuries-old tradition of selling the farm´s production to the Ferreira Portwine House, in 1993, under the direction of Guilherme Álvares Ribeiro and his wife Maria Antónia Ferreira, the company decided to extend the business towards the production, bottling and marketing of own-label wines. Also in 1993 under the guidance of Prof. Nuno Magalhães, a deep restructuring of the vineyards was started, with the objective of increasing the production of high-quality grape varieties. These new vineyards were planted with the best varieties in single plots, breaking with the old tradition of planting many different varieties in the same vineyard. The homogenization of treatment, ripening and picking times made for a clear improvement in processes and translated into a much more regular, easy to control and economically effective quality production. With 50 ha of vineyards aged from 6 to 15 years and having kept 20 ha of the best old plots, more than 80 years old, Quinta do Vallado, and it's executives João Ferreira Álvares Ribeiro, Francisco Ferreira (head of agricultural management) and Francisco Olazabal (oenologist), all descendants of Dona Antónia, has achieved national and international acclaimed levels of quality and recognition. The construction of the new winery and wine barrels cellar, started in 2008 and concluded in the fall of 2009, combines state of the art technology with a high-quality architecture project, making it one of the places to visit in the Douro valley.
Quinta do Vallado White Wine was fermented in 500 litres French Oak casks from different forests: Allier, Vosges and Nevers. 70% in new wine barrels, and the rest in one-year-old casks. Aged for 10 months in French oak casks, with periodical batonnage.
Rabigato, Gouveio, Arinto, Viosinho
It presents mineral notes on the nose, well integrated with oak. Full bodied, with excellent acidity, good complexity and with a persistent finish.
Store and Serve Advice:
Store at a temperature of 15°C. Serve at a temperature from 10-11°C.
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