Porca de Murça is Douro’s leading brand, having celebrated 85 years of existence in 2013, and becoming one of Portugal’s oldest wine brands. The brand originated from a folktale from the small village of Vila de Murça, in the Douro Valley.
It is said that at the time, there was a large female boar living in the woods near the village that was responsible for the destruction of the fields and its plantations. Having been, for many years, a torment for people of the village, they one day decided to unite the best hunters of the region to hunt down the boar. A statue was erected and placed in the Centre of the Village as a tribute to this mighty boar, making it an icon of the village and region.
Fermentation and maceration take place in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. There is no oak ageing. The wine is bottled at Real Companhia Velha head quarters in Vila Nova de Gaia.
Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca
Clean, deep and bright ruby colour. Red fruit notes, red berries and cherries. Ripe fruits flavours in the palate. Excellent structure, velvety, round and well balanced wine.
Store and Serve Advices:
Store bottles on their sides in a cool place (16ºC to 18ºC) away from direct light. Serve at 18ºC.
Ideal accompaniment to pizza, white meat and cheeses.
- Condition: New
- Weight: 3kg