2011

Douro DOC Quinta Nova

Touriga Nacional, Tinta Amarela, Tempranillo

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Wine information

Region

Douro, Portugal

Grape

Touriga Nacional, Tinta Amarela, Tempranillo

Producer

Quinta Nova

Vintage

2011

Goes well with

Paella, grilled food, sauce-based dishes

Degustation notes

Deep purple colour, a pleasant nose of red berries with hints of cassis, cherries and a hint of plum, slightly spicy with nuances of bread crust and earth, very concentrated on the palate, lots of substance, an almost Burgundian elegance with a balanced body and delicate structure, ending on a long aromatic note.

Special notes

The Douro wine region does not include the entire river valley, only the Alto Douro in Portuguese territory and its adjacent valleys are entitled to use the Douru DOC. Portugal has a large number of indigenous grape varieties, of which one hundred are traditionally cultivated in the Douro but only a few of these are among the recommended varieties, which must represent at least 60% of blendedwines. The red grape varieties that are recommended are the Tinta Roriz (called Aragonez in Alentejo and Tempranillo in Spain), Bastardo, Marufo, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Francisca, Tinto Cão, Touriga Francesca, Touriga Nacional and Trincadeira Preta.

Alcohol content

14.0%

Drinking temperature

16-18°C

Optimum maturity

2017-2018

Original packaging

Box of 6

Stopper

Natural cork

Ratings

Average rating: 4.0 of 5 10 ratings and 3 reviews

  • from on
    Average rating: 3.0 of 5 3.0

    Quinta - I immediately saw on the bottle no oak !!!! No character and just a nice wine ..good value for money but not to expectations

  • from on
    Average rating: 3.0 of 5 3.0

    Guter Alltagswein - Dieser Wein mit wunderschöner Farbe passt hervorrand zu würziger Küche Der Abgang ist leider etwas flach. Ausgezeichnetes Preis- / Leistungsverhältnis

  • from on
    Average rating: 4.0 of 5 4.0

    Fein für den Preis - Vom Douro kommt sicher Besseres, aber nicht für diesen Preis. Immerhin sind die wichtigsten, seit dem 18. Jahrhundert für den Portwein vorgeschriebenen Sorten drin, wenn auch in anderem Verhältnis. Passt nicht nur auf den Alltagstisch, sondern auch mal zu einem gemütlichen Essen zwischendurch.