Awards - 82/100 Wine Spectator-
Awards - 82/100 Wine Spectator- 15/20 Wine Magazine Tasting Notes Citrus color. Aroma with a predominantly fruity character, and the aromas of prunóides (peach, aperce) resulting from the high percentage of wine from the Alvarinho grape variety. In the mouth it is balanced, persistent, soft and dry. Persistent end. The Producer One of the most prestigious wineries in Portugal that, since 1952, with the spirit of cooperativism of its 550 associates, combined with the knowledge of the "people of Favaios", produce with quality and rigor.
The producer Of all the Douro birds,
The producer Of all the Douro birds, Papa Figs is one of the rarest. A migratory bird of bright and attractive colors. The unique and rare character of this bird is the perfect inspiration for this magnificent Casa Ferreirinha wine. Papa Figos is an ideal Douro red wine for both everyday and special occasions. An elegant and at the same time vibrant, classic and at the same time modern wine, which reflects the essential values of Casa Ferreirinha, the house with the greatest tradition in the production of quality Douro wines and one of the biggest references in this region of the world.
The producer Marca Neto Costa, in
The producer Marca Neto Costa, in the market since 1931, has the honor ofpresent BIG BOSS, A gin with spirit of the new generation but with a marked origin in Portuguese history. BIG BOSS gin comes after more than a year of research and development of the original formula of the First National Gin “COMMODORE”, totally distilled and produced in Portugal by Caves Neto Costa, internationally recognized with the “Silver Medal” award, in the MONDE SLECTION contest, Bruxelles-Belgique in 1985. BIG BOSS is a secret formula of 11 botanists who are subjected to 4 distillations by artisanal methods, thus obtaining a special drink with a characteristic purity. One of the perfect combinations for serving gin and tonic is with lime peel and juniper berries.
Awards - 17/20 Wine Magazine Tasting
Awards - 17/20 Wine Magazine Tasting Notes Ruby color set with red nuance. A fine and elegant aroma, suggesting black fruits, compote and white chocolate. Flavor soft, with slight astringency, balanced, noting a ripe fruity, smooth but structured tannins, with elegance at the end of the test. The Producer Founded in 1955, Adega de Borba was the first in a series of wineries set up in the Alentejo, with the encouragement of the then National Wine Board, at a time when the sector did not have the leading role it currently has in the regional economy. Today, Adega de Borba brings together 300 winegrowers who cultivate about 2,000 hectares of vineyards, distributing 70% of red varieties and 30% of white varieties.