A top class producer of ruby port, tawny port and table wines. Ramos was purchased by Louis Roederer in 1990 and is b...Read more...
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A top class producer of ruby port, tawny port and table wines. Ramos was purchased by Louis Roederer in 1990 and is built (like the Champagne) on quality. Crucially Ramos is only available through independent wine merchants and the on-trade. Quinta de Ervamoira is located in the heart of the Douro, in schist soil and at low altitude. The grapes are grown in a hot, dry climate, allowing for deep maturation. In granite soil, at a higher altitude, we find Quinta dos Bons Ares where the grapes mature in fresh, windy weather that gives them freshness and vivacity. It was careful tasting that made it possible to join "Duas Quintas" in a unique, fruity, strong and complex wine. The 'Duas Quintas Tinto' displays a bright grenadine colour with shades of violet. Mature aroma of forest fruit, blackberries,cherries, figs and cistus, with a floral hint. On the palate it is smooth and fresh, with the length and expressive aromas characteristic of an Upper Douro wine. Excellent as an aperitif, it goes very well with soups, starters and salads. We particularly recommend it with dishes of fowl: roast chicken, duck risotto and quail, and with soft cheeses.
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