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.
A blend of traditional white grape verities from the Douro Valley.
20 year white ports are rare and to have one of this quality in our portfolio is extremely exciting and enhancing. The white port is aged for an average of 20 years which leads to the port darkening slightly more in colour from the 10 year and gaining even more complexity and depth. Each of the Devesa ports include a beautiful presentation box, making them the perfect
present for any occasion!
Clean, amber colour, with a hint of copper. Complex bouquet, with rich notes of almonds and honey. The palate is soft and velvety. Serving Temperature: Serve at 10ºC.
Partners well with a selection of pâtés, a bowl of green olives and salted almonds, seafood fettuccine or just chilled by itself…