White wine from the region of Tejo, with a beautiful citrine color.
Aroma to tropical fruits, with one fresh aftertaste.
Enjoy it with grilled fish dishes.
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|Export Box:||6 bottles with 75cl|
|Euro Pallet||120 boxes|
Designation: Vale das Donas
Appellation Vinho Regional Tejo
Origin Tomar, Portugal
Grape varieties: Fernão Pires 50%, Chardonnay 25% and Sauvignon Blanc 25%
Winemaker tasting notes: "this citrine color wine reveals tropical fruit notes and a fresh aftertaste."
Alcohol content 12.5% vol.
Total acidity 6,4 g/l
Reducing sugars 1,3 g/l
Available in 75cl bottle and bag-in-box with 5L or 10L
Vinification: selective and manual Harvest in 20 kg boxes. Total stripping followed by bleeding with spontaneous fermentation at 12ºC in order to keep all the aromatic potential.
"A fruity, fresh and crisp wine, this is given some weight by the inclusion of Chardonnay in the blend. lt has an attractive texture, and the lemon and grapefruit flavors dominate." 85 pts Best Buy - Roger Voss 41112013
A versatile cultivar that is found more widely in southern Portugal.
Extremely versatile, fernão pires (also known as Maria Gomes in Northern Portugal) can be picked at various ripeness levels to achieve different flavor profiles – from bright citrus to luscious peach to fragrant tropical fruits.
The grape loves the warmer climate in Tejo and has moderate acidity and body.
It is the best known and most famous of the white varieties and being originally from France is spread throughout the world. It's an easy grape in every way.
It gives rise to appealing wine aromas and flavors that reflect much of the region where it is located.
In the best examples, remember fresh butter, tropical fruit, peaches, tobacco and also vanilla, especially if it is fermented into new oak.
In the simplest wine shows aromas of melon, pear and apple.
It also gives rise to mild taste wines and sweet due to the high alcohol content it contains.
The Chardonnay grape is a very adaptable to various soil types and climates and very versatile in terms of winemaking techniques.
White grape with very characteristic aromas, easy to recognize, as well as the ever penetrating style and extremely dry.
White relative of the red grape Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc is today the second most planted white variety in France, just after the Semillon.
Left for other places where it was more successful than in his native region.
With a huge tolerance to heat, it produces distinction of wines in most areas where it is grown. The Sauvignon Blanc has great acidity and often exhibit melon on the nose and taste.