Quinta de La Rosa is a small family-owned estate whose vines run all the way up the Douro Valley from river-level up to 450 metres. This gives winemaker Jorge Moreira 11 different microclimates to work with, meaning the quinta is renowned for its creative blends and a wide range of wine styles.
In this case, Touriga Nacional is at the heart of a multi-varietal field blend. La Rosa Reserva has the balance that so many Douro producers aim for: it's deep, dark, has loads of plum and black cherry fruit, plus beautifully refreshing acidity and herbal notes. A serious wine that's very accessible and superb with food.