On sale firsthand in the Côa Museum, from October 19, 2012
Each bottle has a voucher that is worth one entrance in the Côa Museum
It is the first Museum, in Portugal, with its own brand of wine
Lavradores de Feitoria – a unique project in the Douro region, that brings together 15 producers, owners of 18 farms distributed along the best terroirs in the Lower Corgo, Upper Corgo and Upper Douro – has associated with the Côa Museum to launch, in partnership, a new brand of wine. ‘Museu do Coa by Lavradores de Feitoria’ is born of a combination of wills, whose outcome reaches the market materialized in a 2009 red wine.
The ‘Museu do Coa by Lavradores de Feitoria 2009 red’ is a wine with the Upper Douro characteristics and profile: it has plenty of fruit flavours, with soft tannins and a good structure, which gives it longevity. It is made with grapes from the farms that Lavradores de Feitoria has in the Upper Douro sub-region (where lies the Côa Museum), gathering the varieties Touriga Nacional (70%), Tinta Roriz (20%) and 10% of a mix of varieties from a lot with Ancient Vines.
With an rrp of € 15.00, the ‘Museu do Coa by Lavradores de Feitoria 2009 red’ can be purchased at the Côa Museum (firsthand from October 19, 2012, when the first Upper Douro Wine Festival begins), but also in cellars and selected stores nationwide.
For more information, please contact Joana Pratas (firstname.lastname@example.org; 91 459 11 19 or 93 779 00 05)
Rock 6 of Penascosa and the label ‘Museu do Coa by Lavradores de Feitoria’
The graphic design of ‘Museu do Coa by Lavradores de Feitoria’ label was inspired in one of the mountain goats materialized in rock 6 of Penascosa, the goat being one of the four fundamental zoomorphic themes represented in the Palaeolithic rock art of the Côa Valley – along with the horse, aurochs and deer.