The Casa Ferreirinha Quinta da Leda is a red wine from Douro produced by Casa Ferreirinha that contains tinta çao, touriga nacional, touriga francesa and tempranillo grapes. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this red according to Drinks&Co users.
“TASTING NOTES:View: It has an intense ruby red color.Nose: Its profusion is intense and full, they dominated the plum, red currants, resin, cedar, cloves and nutmeg.Mouth: elegant and well-balanced structure is light and surprisingly young, tannic with a twist at the end, exposing a dense and structured at the end of ripening flavor.APPELLATION: DouroVINEYARD: House Ferreirinha is the largest wine cellar with tradition and historical significance of the Douro region and, therefore, synonymous with time, art and tradition. All you have to matriarch Dona Antonia Adelaide Ferreira, who became affectionately known as "Ferreirinha" or "Ferreirinha-da-Régua" by the people of their land. Since its inception in the 18th century, the winery has evolved and consolidated admirably.GRAPES: 60% Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional 15%, 15% Tinto Cao and Tinta Roriz 10%AGEING: About 18 months in French oak barrels (50% new).PREPARATION: After-stripping, gently crushed grapes before being transferred to stainless steel tanks, where it undergoes maceration and fermentation at a controlledTEMPERATUR:e.PAIRING: Ideal with rich meats, game and aged cheeses.RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 12-18 ° CALCOHOL 14%”