Quinta da Casa Amarela is located on the left bank of the Douro River, in the area classified by UNESCO as World Heritage, halfway between the towns of Régua and Lamego, in the heart of the oldest delimited region in the world - the Douro. It has belonged to the same family since 1885. The house, rebuilt and extended in the first quarter of the last century, lends its name to the property, due to the yellow color with which it is painted. A family business, it perpetuates the centuries-old traditions of the region in the art of producing Port Wine and Douro Denomination of Origin Wine.
vines over 75 years old.
Fine aroma and very delicate fruit, with predominance of a very attractive red fruit. Good structure in the mouth, fine tannins and good acidity. A chic set. Fruit and structure, good skeleton but with elegance on the finish.
Tips for storing and serving:
Storage Lengthened at a temperature of 15 ° C. Serve at a temperature of 16 ° C to 18 ° C.
Excellent with stew or roasted game and lamb dishes.
The 2016 Elísio Red - "a wine of gratitude" to Laura's Father, produced with grapes from the oldest vines on the estate - and the 2015 Laura Red, a wine produced by the "vines that are a garden" - a wine of love that the family dedicated to the matriarch - marked by its incredible aroma of ripe black fruits, spices, vanilla, plum and sweet notes of French oak. These characteristics are in perfect harmony and elegance with the Laura that gives it its name, leveled by long acidity and soft tannins.