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Rui Roboredo Madeira

Rui Roboredo Madeira

Rui Roboredo Madeira

Rui Madeira, Vermiosa, Portugal


Winemaker Rui Madeira

Region Beira Interior & Douro

Country Portugal

Soil Type Schist, Granite, Quartz

Main Varieties Tempranillo, Jaen, Touriga Nacional, Fonte Cal, Siria

Rui Roboredo Madeira

It could be said that Rui is the torch-bearer for the ancient, highland wine regions such as transitional Douro and Beira Interior. He has renovated old properties which he believes show huge potential in showcasing authenticity of terroir and grape variety.

A driven and focussed winemaker of this bunch, Rui is a champion for the extremes of the Douro Superior and the higher altitudes of the Beira Interior, his homeland. His wines have purity and definition and energy.

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Beyra Branco

Beyra Branco

Grape Varieties Fonte Cal, Siria The 2012 won the Decanter World Wine Awards Trophy for Best Portuguese White under £15.
Beyra Reserva Branco

Beyra Reserva Branco

Grape Varieties Fonte Cal, Siria From very old vines at 725m, very close to the Spanish border, south of the Douro, grown on granite with high amounts of Silex.
Beyra Reserva Tinto

Beyra Reserva Tinto

Grape Varieties Tinta Roriz, Jaen This tempranillo-based blend is built for pleasure. Fruity berries and spice, subtle notes of vanilla and toast from a small proportion of barrel aging, with very elegant and discreet minerality.
Beyra Tinto

Beyra Tinto

Grape Varieties Tempranillo (Tinta Roriz), Touriga Nacional Old vines planted at high altitude (700+m), on the edge of the Spanish meseta, in granite and schist and a high silex content.
Natural Biologico

Natural Biologico

Grape Varieties Mourisco, Rufete, Tinta Roriz, and Others A wonderfully authentic representation of traditional, high-altitude field-blend vineyards. Organic production with minimal additions
Pedra Escrita Branco

Pedra Escrita Branco

Indigenous grape varieties grown at high altitude (500m+) on the Southern side of the Douro Superior, where the classic schist soils transition into granite.
Pedra Escrita Tinto

Pedra Escrita Tinto

A modern approach to Douro red, but using good old-fashion blending knowledge. Quinta da Pedra Escrita lies above 500 metres in the southern Douro Superior.