The story of Casa Ferreirinha is inextricably associated with one extraordinary woman. Though small in stature and reserved by nature, Dona Antónia was a charismatic visionary with entrepreneurial drive. In 1845 at age 33, she took over her family's business, Ferreira Port, the first Portuguese family-owned Port House in the Douro. During her tenure at Ferreira Port, Dona Antónia expanded her estates, created new expanses of terraced vineyards, and improved the hard lives of the local farming families. Casa Ferreirinha has carried the torch for creative, quality winemaking in the Douro becoming the region's most historic and iconic house. Casa Ferreirinha wines range from easy-drinking Esteva and Planalto through the richer Papa Figos and Vinha Grande to the exceptional Quinta da Leda, Reserva Especial, and Barca Velha which remains one of Portugal's most famous, long-lived, elegant, and complex wines. A story in every bottle.