Dow’s Extra Dry White
Dow’s Extra Dry White is a wine produced with the absence of the grapes peel, however, to help its fermentation it is added natural yeast. At the time the must reaches the desired degree of sugar, the fermentation is interrupted to make the wine extra dry. To give more “”soul”” to this wine is also added some wine spirits after its fermentation.
Dow’s Extra Dry White ages in oak barrels on a average period of 3 years in Dow’s cellars at Vila Nova de Gaia. This wine is produced from the varieties of Malvasia Fina, Viosinho, Rabigato and Codega. It presents a golden yellow colour and is a very aromatic and fruity wine. This Port is great to be served as an appetizer or with tonic water, ice and a slice of lemon. Winemaker: Charles Symington