Wine Advocate 90
“The 2011 Tinto (Quinta da Vegia) is a blend of Tinta Roriz (60%) and Touriga Nacional (40%), unoaked and coming in at just 13% alcohol. Despite the old vintage date, this is a current release, bottled in 2014. Quite impressive for the regular Colheita, this has fine depth and surprising power, showing plenty of intensity on the finish. Despite its late release, it could still use a bit of time, although it is certainly approachable. It is dry and very serious. It is a very nice value that delivers structure, solidity in the mid-palate and some finesse, too. Quite a value. Plus, the winery held it for a few years for you. It's hard to go wrong here and it can continue to age well.” - MS
Casa de Cello was founded in 1989.
Casa De Cello
Casa de Cello is a family business that has been dedicated to winemaking in their estates for 4 generations.
It was in the 80's that one of the owners, João Pedro Araujo, started the professionalization of the bussiness at Casa de Cello. The existing vineyard structure was reorganized aiming to implement the best wine and oenological technologies in order to express the "terroirs" of Casa de Cello.