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Ferreira Dry White Port NV

Ferreira Dry White is an appealing white Porto, versatile and rich, with flavours and characters so typical of the best Douro wines. It is made with the precision and expertise accumulated over more than 250 years of excellence that make Ferreira the oldest and most celebrated Portuguese Porto Wine brand in the world. Beautiful bright in colour with golden shades and a finely intense bouquet with a prevalence of dry fruit and nuts such as almond, hazel and pine nuts, as well as slightly floral notes. It has excellent balance, well integrated acidity and a captivating palate that offers beautiful dried fruit notes and a complexity and nobility gained from a careful ageing in oak. Served chilled, on its own or accompanying dried fruits and roasted almonds, Porto Ferreira Dy White is the ideal aperitif. For a modern, very fresh and fully-flavoured option, try a Ferreira Tonic.

Wine File
Producer:
Ferreira
Country:
Portugal
Region:
Porto & Douro
Sub Region:
Port
Primary Grape(s):
Malvasia
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
19.5%
Closure:
Natural Cork
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
14.63
£13.50

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