Ramos Pinto was established in 1880 and holds the largest proportion of vineyards in the Douro Valley, in relation to their production.
Aromas of ripe melon and grape alongside with notes of roses and white flowers and a hint of spices. Round and elegant on the palate with good acidity.
“This white shows finesse and intensity, with a smoky edge lining the grilled pineapple, spiced pear and tangerine flavors, underpinned by mineral, tarragon and spice elements. Mouthwatering finish.”
Aroma to floral notes predominating aromas of citrus (mandarin) and ripe fruits (apricot and peach). It is full in the mouth, elegant, fine and well present.
This wine is produced from two of the quintas owned by Ramos-Pinto. It's fruity and crisp, packed with bright fruit and lively acidity, and finishes on tangy citrus with a riper, creamy texture.