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Citrus wines. Aroma of orange flower, passion fruit and pineapple. It is soft, with a well balanced freshness through the volume of the mouth and a very persistent finish.
|Bottle Size:||75CL - 25,4FL Oz|
|Harmonizes with me:||Fish|
|Variety||Antão Vaz, Arinto|
|Wine Tipe||White Wine|
|6||9,00 €||Up to 6,00 €|
Tasting Notes Color: Golden citrus.
Tasting Notes Color: Golden citrus. Aroma: Mineral notes of fresh fruit. Mouth: Very soft texture and freshness in the mouth. End of race: Long and elegant. The producer The first known historical references about Quinta da Pellada appear around 1570. The Dão Demarcated Region was established in 1908, framed by three mountain massifs - Buçaco, Caramulo and Serra da Estrela - that preserve it from the Atlantic winds and They offer very special weather conditions and Álvaro Castro is one of the best Portuguese producers and undisputed leader in his Dão region.
Tasting Notes Color bright yellow
Tasting Notes Color bright yellow straw. Exuberant nose, spice notes, "pain grillé" with some citrus. In the mouth it is full bodied, with present texture, rich, with much persistence and freshness. The Producer The Herdade do Arrepiado Velho was thus acquired 9 years ago by the Antunes Family, who, from the outset, began an ambitious project: to make the Old Windfall a surplus value and a benchmark of Alentejo excellence. The Herdade has gained shape, invested in quality, and the wines that are born there do not go unnoticed - beautiful image, and better organoleptic sensations.With a total area of around 100 hectares, the dam stands out among vineyards and olive trees, in a mixture of colors and tranquility, as only the Alentejo can offer. All these characteristics make the Herdade do Arrepiado Velho integrate the Alentejo Wine Route - São Mamede Route.
WHITE WINE Region: Douro
WHITE WINE Region: Douro
WHITE WINE Region: Bairrada
WHITE WINE Region: Bairrada
Tasting Notes Primus "is the harmony
Tasting Notes Primus "is the harmony between exuberance and longevity. Exotic fruit, citrus and an ideal marriage between minerality, texture and acidity. The Producer The Quinta de Saes has very remote origins, the earliest references date from 1258. The presence of viticulture as an agricultural activity is also very old: records from 1527 attest that Saes paid the King each year a considerable sum of 80 kites of wine.
WHIE WINE Region: Alentejo
WHIE WINE Region: Alentejo
Awards - Robert Parker 91/100
Awards - Robert Parker 91/100 Tasting Notes Crystalline appearance, straw color. Aroma: Complex and balanced. Grapefruit notes that blend with the fresh apricot compote, and discreet notes of the well integrated barrel toast resembling toasted almond with notes of white pepper. Palate: Unctuous, rich and elegant. Press the toast of the wood that complements the structure. The ending is broad, deep, and persistent. The Producer Herdade do Esporão is home to a unique terroir that is the result of an alliance of a very particular climate, regulated and softened by the great central lake, with different types of soil, exhibitions and the vast wine heritage of native castes, castes from other wine regions and castes. The typically Mediterranean landscape is composed of smooth undulating plains that occupy a little more than 1,800 hectares of total area, 450 hectares of which are occupied with vines and about 80 hectares occupied with olive groves.
Tasting Notes Lemon yellow color
Tasting Notes Lemon yellow color with greenish hints. Delicate aroma with notes of white flesh fruits and citrus peel. In the mouth it is creamy, with a beautiful acidity and a long mineral mineral. The producer Casa Americo was established by the hands of Americo Seabra, father, who had a dream of producing wine in the land where he was born, Vila Nova de Tazém. The project was followed up by the hands of their children who regained ownership of the 19th century XVIII and built a new cellar. Casa Americo today has 100ha of vineyards, the oldest being over 100 years old. Planted with the noble grape varieties of the Dão region, they are located in poor granite terrain and are located between 500 and 600m in altitude. The subregion where they are located, Serra da Estrela, is one of the most important terroirs in Dão, where noble wines are produced with a unique freshness and elegance.
The Producer This is a wine that was
The Producer This is a wine that was born of errors and the least you can say is that there are errors that come in handy. It's a different wine, full of character and with a story to tell. It is a work of a wine man who detests the rules, abhors the politically correct, undoubtedly retains his controversy and refuses to see wine as a simple product designed to please the market.
Tasting Notes Bright in appearance
Tasting Notes Bright in appearance and greenish citrus color of pale intensity. It is a wine that has an aroma of exotic profile, with notes of passion fruit and nuances of fresh cut grass. In the mouth it is slight, with mild mineral. Fresh at the end, making it quite pleasant. The producer Founded in 1926 by Messias Baptista, CAVES MESSIAS has been producing and marketing wines from the main demarcated regions: Bairrada-Beiras-Dão-Douro-Vinho Verde-Port. The company is also recognized for the high quality of its Natural Sparkling Wines and Brandy.
Tasting Notes Aroma elegant, full of
Tasting Notes Aroma elegant, full of mineral notes, with notes of ripe fruit and light toasted notes. Very good mouth structure, offset by excellent lemonade acidity and a very long finish. The Producer The Magnum Wines was born fed by a Ribeiro, Santo by the way, because it never would have dried or because the devotion thus credited it. Located in Oliveira do Conde, in the heart of the vineyard of Lusitânia, between the rivers Mondego and Dão, it is here that the most adventurous vineyards the country knows, and it was here that Carlos Rodrigues and Carlos Lucas began the extraordinary adventure of a life dedicated to the vineyards.
Tasting Notes Citrus color. Intense
Tasting Notes Citrus color. Intense aroma with notes of ripe fruit (pear, peach), well conjugated with slight vellum notes of the barrel. Palate with good structure, well balanced, fresh, mineral and long persistence. The Producer Inaugurated on June 15, 2007, Adega Mayor is the fruit of a lasting passion of Rui Nabeiro. The love nourished by the land of Campo Maior is now returned in the form of wine, source of pleasure and a wine cellar created by the architect Siza Vieira, who now draws the landscape and destination of a legendary vineyard in the heart of the Alentejo.
WHITE WINE Region: Dão
WHITE WINE Region: Dão
Tasting Notes Citrus yellow color,
Tasting Notes Citrus yellow color, intense and persuasive aroma, structured but elegant, fresh and mineral with a vigorous and vibrant aftertaste. The producer Tiago Cabaço has obtained respect and attention from the sector, adding many national and international awards and distinctions. The family of wines, seductive and serious, modern in style and form but deeply Alentejo in character, is divided between the “.com” of energetic and youthful profile, the serious and powerful monovarietals, the “Old Vines” that combine the terroir excellence and the vineyards over 30 years old, the sparkling wine, thought for special moments, and the simultaneously vigorous, subtle and fresh blogs that claim to be the top of the range of Tiago Cabaço wines.
Tasting Notes Color - Lemon; Nose -
Tasting Notes Color - Lemon; Nose - Apricot, peach, white flowers and pear notes.Mouth - Stone and lemon fruit. Balanced, medium bodied and with persistent finish. The Producer Casca Wines is a project of winemakers and wine specialists who, without vineyard or wine cellar, decided to create a brand of Portuguese wines of great quality. A project that only uses the best grapes of each region and that seeks to revive the unique traditions of Portugal. The Monte Cascas brand reflects the character of its winemakers: passionate, dedicated, unique! In this Douro Tinto Harvest is presented a blend of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz, aged for 9 months in used French Carvalho barrels, in which notes of orange blossom, black fruit, chocolate and coffee in the nose stand out; black fruit and spices on the palate.
Tasting Notes Of clear and bright
Tasting Notes Of clear and bright aspect, it presents a citric yellow color with a beautiful greenish tonality. The nose offers a tasty combination of floral, citrus scents. On the palate the wine appears very soft and attractive, revealing fresh scents balanced with a refreshing and balanced acidity combined with an elegant sweetness sweet. Aromatic finish long and persistent. The Producer Produced by a family business, where the appeal to create wealth for the next generation is natural, Brejinho wines are the result of great care placed in an activity where all the details are important.We look at the activity in a comprehensive and sustained way: in addition to excellent wines, the protection of the landscape and respect for the environment, are the key to a viticulture that is increasingly a tourist attraction and a cultural practice.
Tasting Notes Color: Greenish
Tasting Notes Color: Greenish yellow. Aroma: Fruity passion fruit, honeysuckle flower, a little asparagus, something mineral. Palate: Fruity, good acidity, balanced. The Producer José Maria da Fonseca is a family business with almost two centuries of history that, without ever resting on the glories gained, has been able to modernize. Managed by the 6th and 7th generation of the family, it has allied traditional wisdom from a precious heritage to the latest technology to meet the highest standards.
Tasting Notes Color: Citrus yellow.
Tasting Notes Color: Citrus yellow. Aroma: White asparagus, lime, a little honeysuckle, something tropical, balanced and elegant. Palate: Very fruity but with softness, good acidity and good end of mouth. The Producer José Maria da Fonseca is a family business with almost two centuries of history that, without ever resting on the glories gained, has been able to modernize. Managed by the 6th and 7th generation of the family, it has allied traditional wisdom from a precious heritage to the latest technology to meet the highest standards.
Tasting Notes Color Citrus yellow
Tasting Notes Color Citrus yellow pale, fresh nose, lemon, notes of tea leaf, with some pineapple. In the mouth, freshness and minerality predominate, with the ever present texture of Antão Vaz. The Producer The Herdade do Arrepiado Velho was thus acquired 9 years ago by the Antunes Family, who, from the outset, began an ambitious project: to make the Old Windfall a surplus value and a benchmark of Alentejo excellence. The Herdade has gained shape, invested in quality, and the wines that are born there do not go unnoticed - beautiful image, and better organoleptic sensations.With a total area of around 100 hectares, the dam stands out among vineyards and olive trees, in a mixture of colors and tranquility, as only the Alentejo can offer. All these characteristics make the Herdade do Arrepiado Velho integrate the Alentejo Wine Route - São Mamede Route.
Tasting Notes Citrus color, aromas
Tasting Notes Citrus color, aromas of white and vegetable fruits of Sauvignon Blanc, light smoked and some bread toast. Wide mouth and complexity of the good maturation of the Alvarinho and vibrant freshness of Arinto. Persistent end. The Producer Inspired by the countryside and vineyards, these wines convey essentially this essence, that of their vineyards and their terroir ...! They are genuine wines of the land, produced with the grapes that have proven to adapt better to the climate and soil of the Homestead, and at the same time dare to innovate with less obvious grape varieties that enhance elegance and a differentiating savoir faire. At Herdade do Freixo, they seek a communion between the essence of the deep terroir of northeast Alentejo, with the most demanding international production processes, always focusing on concentration, longevity, freshness and finesse.
Awards - 87 points Robert Parker;-
Awards - 87 points Robert Parker;- 16 points Great Wine Choices. Tasting Notes Encruzado, Cerceal and Malvasia Fina incorporate an aromatic wine, with notes of pineapple and wild flowers, a touch of ripe orange. Good volume in the mouth, everything smooth and balanced. The Producer The Quinta Pedra da Cancela is the fruit of the passion for the wine of the Gouveia family. Winemaking is a family activity for several generations, in the beginning they delivered their grapes at the Adega Cooperativa. In 1999, with the end of the superior studies in Viticulture and Enology of João Paulo Gouveia, son of João Coelho Gouveia, they decide to create their own wine. The vineyards were restructured, others were acquired and a modern wine cellar was built and with a high technology, all respecting the culture of the demarcated region of Dão.
WHIE WINE Region: Tejo
WHIE WINE Region: Tejo
Tasting Notes Aroma fresh,
Tasting Notes Aroma fresh, pineapple, mineral, with good acidity. Unctuous body and persistent end. The Producer The Herdade do Arrepiado Velho was thus acquired 9 years ago by the Antunes Family, who, from the outset, began an ambitious project: to make the Old Windfall a surplus value and a benchmark of Alentejo excellence. The Herdade has gained shape, invested in quality, and the wines that are born there do not go unnoticed - beautiful image, and better organoleptic sensations.With a total area of around 100 hectares, the dam stands out among vineyards and olive trees, in a mixture of colors and tranquility, as only the Alentejo can offer. All these characteristics make the Herdade do Arrepiado Velho integrate the Alentejo Wine Route - São Mamede Route.
Tasting Notes Delicate and
Tasting Notes Delicate and transparent color. Vegetal and citric, has a still closed and austere nose. Far more exuberant in the mouth, it shows well its citrus fruits and vegetables, with orange peel and light and fresh body. A white that vibrates in the end. The Producer The history of a wine company often begins before its formal constitution: it was the case of Lusovini. This project is based on many generations linked to the sector, which, through their descendants, see today their passion for wine continued. Members of Lusovini are recreating this heritage by reclassifying old vines, planting new vines, building new cellars and trying to be innovative in wine tourism, wine tourism.