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Ferreira Tawny Port 75cl

Original price £16.95 - Original price £16.95
Original price
£16.95 - £16.95
Current price £16.95
Key Info

Country: Portugal

Region: Douro

Grapes: Blend

Brand: Ferreira

Style: Tawny Port

Vintage: NV

Size: 75cl

ABV: 19.5%

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Ferreira Tawny Port

Porto Ferreira tawny is a classic port wine. Elegant and very appealing, with the genuine flavour of the best wines produced in the Douro region. Care and knowledge accumulated over more than 250 years of excellence make Ferreira the oldest and celebrated Portuguese brand in the world.

  • Porto Ferreira tawny has a beautiful red colour with golden nuances
  • Fresh and delicate aroma of spices and dried fruit acquired during aging in oak wood
  • In the mouth it is an elegant wine, which presents a good balance between ripe tannins and sweetness
  • Persistent and attractive finish

Store the bottle in an upright position, avoiding direct light and excessive humidity, ideally at a constant temperature between 16ºC-18ºC.

Porto Ferreira tawny can be drunk immediately and does not need to be aged or decanted. Serve between 12ºC-16ºC. Consume within a period of 2 months upon opening, during which time it maintains fresh tasting notes.

Picking of the grapes are by hand according to the traditional port wine method. After gentle crushing with partial destemming, alcoholic fermentation follows with maceration, which allows the greatest possible extraction of the constituents of the skins.

Fermentation takes place under a controlled temperature. The addition of wine brandy at the perfect moment by the winemaker halts the process. Due depending on the grape varieties, degree of maturation and desired sweetness. The final balance between the body and aroma of port wine comes from the combination of the different characteristics of the multiple varieties of grapes used.