100% of this wine is fermented in French oak barrels for 20 days at temperatures between 16 and 18 degrees centigrade. It did not undergo malolactic fermentation and selected yeasts are used.
Romaneira is one of the greatest and most historic estates in the Douro, being among the three or four largest estates in the region. The property is quite extensive, being flanked for about two kilometers by the river Douro. The best Douro wines are produced from grapes cultivated either on the banks of the Douro river or its tributaries. The red grape varieties of Romaneira come, exactly, from vines located by the river.
88/100 Wine Spectator
16/20 Wine Magazine
|Type of Wine:||White|
|Veries:||Viosinho, Gouveio, Boal and Rabigato|
|Country of Origin:||Portugal|
|Producer:||Quinta da Romaneira|
|Harmonization:||Perfect to accompany appetizers, seafood, fish, cheese and sushi.|