The winery Quinta do Crasto elaborates this Quinta do Crasto Vinha da Ponte , a red wine from Douro from the tinta çao, touriga nacional, touriga francesa, tinta barroca, tinta amarela and tempranillo grapes. At Drinks&Co, this red wine scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.
“94 pts Robert Parker - Deep purple in colour. Impressive on the nose, showing intensity and concentration, with red berry fruit aromas and hints of fresh spice. The palate is intense and elegant, combining volume, silky-textured tannins and notes of red berry fruit. The finish is long, lingering, balanced and fresh. This is a terroir wine that perfectly reflects its provenance.”
“Tasting Notes: Nose: Excellent projection and aromatic complexity, composed of fresh wild berries from Douro, in perfect tune with soft Notes of rock rose. Very stylish and with great depth. Boca: Elegant beginning, evolving into a wine of great volume and very solid structure, firm tannins composed of excellent texture. The retronasal aroma is composed of a distinct complexity of aromas that stand out among the vibrant Notes of wild berries Douro, which give the wine a pleasant sensation of freshness. Ends in perfect balance and with great persistence. A distinctive wine of great elegance and power, which may evolve in the bottle for many years
Serving at: 16-18ºC.
We recommend with: Meats and cheeses”
“Opaque color, with vibrant shades of violet carregado.Nariz, excellent projection and aromatic complexity, consisting of fresh wild berries, with soft notes of rock rose. Very elegant and with great depth.
Mouth, elegant beginning, evolving to a large volume of wine and very solid structure composed of firm tannins of excellent texture. The post-nasal aroma is composed of a distinct complexity of aromas, vibrant notes of wild berries, which give the wine a pleasant sensation of freshness. Ends in perfect balance and great persistence. A distinctive wine of great power and elegance that can evolve in the bottle for many years.”
“A red Bordeaux . Dominating scent of red currant. It has a smoky colour.
We drank it just like that, without any food pairing.
Quinta do Crasto Vinha da Ponte is the first wine I drank with my parents.”