Lightly aromatic and floral in character with delicate flavours of white blossom and peaches, balanced with refreshing acidity.
Complex and intense, with fresh floral notes and flavours of apricot and pear. The mouthfeel is rich and smooth.
A slightly oily mouthfeel with classic notes of lychee, rose petal and cooked stone fruit.
Straw-yellow with greenish hues. Intensely aromatic wine with fresh flavourful complex and elegant. Fresh fruity and round; dry and has good acidity.
Awarded 88 points and Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their June 2017 edition review of Duoro Table Wines (see blue link below).
This premium Duoro white blend, based around the Viosinho grape, was sourced from Ferreirinha's Quinta do Sairrão estate located at a high altitude in the Cima Corgo region.
Vinha Grande Douro Branco 2015 has a golden colour with citric nuances. It has an intense aroma, with white and tropical fruit standing out, as well as floral notes, light minerality and well-integrated discrete wood which gives it good complexity. It has good volume and lively acidity on the palate, giving it notable freshness, with hints of white fruit and light asparagus. Its finish is long, elegant and balanced.
From the highest wine region in Europe, the vineyards are nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc on the border between Switzerland and Italy. Blanc de Morgex is also known as Prié Blanc and is an extremely rare variety and is grown exclusively in this region. It’s success in the region is due to its resistance to low temperatures. It has grassy and hay-like aromas on the nose plus hints of apple and white stone fruit. These are present on the palate and along with racey acidity make for a refreshing wine that matches well with cheese fondue