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Casa Ferreirinha Planalto Reserva Branco 2015

Customer Score: 100/100 1 customer review

A Casa Ferreirinha white wine

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*Jancis Robinson - Wine of the Week, 9th December 2016*

*Jane MacQuitty's 100 Best Wines for Winter*

"This is a dazzling, citrus peel, yellow plum an dried herb charmer" - Jane MacQuitty, 3rd December 2016.


"Fresh, aromatic, grapey nose and palate. Fresh as a daisy, aromatic, peachy with a hint of saline structure. Excellent value for such a fresh, flavoursome, fragrant, dry wine." - Sally Easton MW, November 2016


Founded in the eighteenth century by Bernardo Ferreira, Casa Ferreirinha and its wines are synonymous with quality. This fragrant dry white wine is made from a blend of indigenous Douro varieties: Viosinho, Malvasia Fina, Gouveio and Codega, from high-altitude vineyards.


Fresh aromas of melon, pear, lemon, and white grapefruit, lead to a beautifully balanced  palate, with ripe fruit, lively crisp acidity, mineral notes and a lingering, elegant finish. A lovely aperitif, or pair with oysters, seafood or summer salads. Enjoy to 2018.

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Country Portugal
Region Douro
Grape Viosinho, Malvasia Fina, Gouveio and Codega
Volume 75cl
Style Crisp and Fragrant
ABV 13.0%
  • port16
  • festival
  • elegant
  • ripe
  • dry
  • citrus
  • fresh
  • crisp
  • fish
  • seafood
  • mineral
  • fragrant
  • 100 Slurper Rating

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Customer Reviews

  • Paul Delahay on 8th Jan 2016 at 14:36

    There are a number of Portuguese wines that are constantly excellent quality year after year and Planalto is certainly one of them. The Douro region is more re-known for it's reds but watch the whites are equally worthy of praise. For those who enjoy an oaked Chardonnay than this is as close as you'll get yet more complex with aromas blossoms and hints of pears and melon. A great accompaniment to the myriad of fish dishes found on Portuguese menus as well as enjoying at home.

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