Quinta da Devesa was included in the first map of the Douro Demarcated Region, created by Baron Forrester in 1844. Acquired by Fortunato family in 1941. Since then it has been an independent family company, dedicated to the production of port wine. Located in the transition zone from Baixo Corgo to Cima Corgo, and only 10 kms away from Peso da Régua, Quinta da Devesa vineyards and winery are located on a promontory which overlooks the confluence of the rivers Douro and Corgo, from here you can see the valleys, rivers and mountains of the region all in one place.
This 10 Year Old White Port is obtained from a selection of grape varieties recommended for the Douro region. The ageing process occurs naturally over the years, in oak vats at Quinta da Devesa cellars, thus resulting in a darkened colour. This high quality 10 year white port is beautifully presented in a presentation box and is a leader amongst aged
white ports on the market.
Clear golden colour. Intense aroma, with predominating dried fruits, vanilla and spices. The palate is intense, well balanced acidity in the sweetness.
Fab with savoury white wine chicken in a creamy sauce, slightly salted almonds, it also works well alongside a tray of gruyere, olives, and charcuterie