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Casa Ferreirinha | Douro

Casa Ferreirinha Vineyards in the Douro Valley, Portugal

Founded in 1952, with the production of the first ever vintage of Barca Velha, Casa Ferreirinha pioneered the quality revolution in Douro still wines and was the first producer in the region dedicated entirely to producing unfortified wine, rather than Port. Named after the legendary Porto matriarch Dona Antónia Ferreira, Casa Ferreirinha, pays homage to the memory of this visionary woman. Purchased by Sogrape in 1987, Casa Ferreirinha has 520 hectares of vineyard in all of the three Douro sub-regions: Baixo Corgo, Cima Corgo and Douro Superior. Quinta da Leda is Casa Ferreirinha’s flagship estate, located close to the border with Spain in the far east of the Douro Superior, it is the source of grapes for many of the top wines. The great Luís Sottomayor has been head winemaker since 1989 and restrains the Douro’s natural exuberance to produce wines that have a vibrant freshness allied to a wonderful texture and depth.

 

Casa Ferreirinha Planalto Douro Branco Reserva 2019

From £10.50 - per bottle
A deliciously crisp & refreshing wine made from grapes grown at altitude in the Douro... Read More...

Casa Ferreirinha Quinta da Leda Tinto 2017

From £44.00 - per bottle
A wine of great intensity, complexity & elegance from the iconic Quinta da Leda vineyard... Read More...