White wine with a beautiful citron color. It’s a white wine fruity, young and well balanced.
The perfect wine to be enjoyed in that hot summer day, alone to relax or with friends in party time.
Very good white wine to accompany fish, seafood and white meats.
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VARIETIES: Antao Vaz, Arinto, Roupeiro
SOIL: Sandy soil
WINEMAKING: In stainless tanks with controlled temperature.
AGING: Not aged, the wine is bottled and put on the market as young as possible.
Alcohol: 13.5 % vol
Total acidity: 4.5 g/l
Reducing sugars: 6 g/l
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Should be enjoyed at a temperature of 8 -12ºC to accompany fish, seafood and white meats.
Visual Appearance: Citrine colored
Appearance olfactory: Tropical fruits with notes of lychees
Appearance taste: Fresh, young, balanced and persistent.
Recommended temperature for tasting: 8-12 ºC
Enologist recommendations: Ideal as accompaniment of grilled fish, of cooked fish including cod, of seafood
Antao Vaz is one of the most important grape varieties of Alentejo.
Originally from Vidigueira, in the south of Alentejo, it is very resistant to drought and diseases.
It’s also one important type of grape in the Palmela region, in our sandy soils.
This grape variety has medium-sized bunches with small, uniform, yellowish green berries, which turn yellow at the end of ripening.
Wines produced by Antao Vaz are very aromatic (mostly with aromas of tropical fruit) and usually citrine colored.
Arinto is a very versatile grape variety and, for this reason, it is grown in almost every wine region.
In the Vinhos Verdes region it is known as Pedernã.
However, it is in Bucelas that Arinto gains notoriety, being considered the regional queen grape variety.
Arinto bunch is big, compact and made up of small or medium-sized, yellowish berries.
This grape variety is usually used in the production of blend (more than one grape variety) and sparkling wines.
Roupeiro or Siria grapes is grown in the interior of Portugal.
It has been the most planted white grape variety in the Alentejo region, where it is known as Roupeiro.
Roupeiro is a very productive grape variety of small bunches and berries.
Though it is resistant to powdery and downy mildew, it is very sensitive to rottenness.
Wines produced with this grape are delicate, fresh and elegant.