Lavradores de Feitoria is a group of 16 families that, for decades, have been making Douro wines on their own. Together, we own 19 Quintas, with a total of 600 ha of vines that are spread throughout the 3 sub-regions of the Douro Valley, and our wines reflect this great diversity of terroirs. In 2000, we have come together to share resources and expertise, tradition and innovation, committed to producing the best terroir wines in the Douro, under one company, one winery and one viticulture and winemaking team. For the first time in the Douro region, a group of determined Douro people have joined forces with a deep commitment to this magnificent region, its inheritance and its people.
This wine is a blend of traditional native grapes from the Douro Valley from old vines.
Vineyards: Grapes are sourced from our family vineyards planted along the Douro valley that are over 50 years old.
Fermentation: The wine is fermented with temperature control in traditional granite
“lagares” and then aged in stainless steel vats before bottling. Bottling occurred in September 2019.
Ageing: The wine aged in stainless steel vats before bottling to be then bottled without filtering and pursue its ageing in bottle. Should be kept laid down at 18ºC.
Residual sugar: 100 gr/l
Total Acidity: 4,82 gr/l
Tasting Notes: With a very beautiful violet colour, this Vintage reveals scents of ripe fruit and enormous aromatic strength. It has a great structure in the mouth with notes of blackberries, cassis and plum. It’s the perfect accompaniment to chocolate desserts, soft cheeses, like cheddar, gouda or brie, or even with seasoned dishes with red meat, game, lamb or veal.
The wine should be stored laid down, away from light and a constant temperature of 16º-18ºC. Before opening it, the bottle should be placed upright and filtered as it may throw a natural deposit.
Service Temperature: Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Pris: 449 kr. pr fl. / 2400 kr. ved 6 fl.