Quinta de Porrais Douro Portugual

Quinta de Porrais lies to the east of the Douro wine region, one of the wildest, most mountainous and rugged wine regions of Portugal. The area is deeply intertwined with the River Douro, with many steep slopes along the river banks where vines are planted in poor, schistous soils. Quinta de Porrais consists of 16 hectares of vineyards where old, low-yielding indigenous grapes of Douro are planted. By the unusually high altitude of the vineyards at about 600m above sea level, grapes are harvested at their maximum flavour and fine acidity. Dozens of the traditional grape varietals tend to be mixed together to produce rich-bodied and intense wines, namely Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca and Tinto Cão,


Quinta de Porrais White DOC Douro (Rabigato/ Codega do Larinho)

Porrais Red DOC Douro (Touriga Nacional/ Touriga Franca/ Sousão/ Tina Barroca)