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Complex aroma with a predominance of ripe yellow fruit, especially peach and loquat, shrouded by floral touches. The discreet aroma of vanilla from the French casks completes the bouquet of aromas.
The flavour is characterised by a perfect fusion of aromatic richness, unctuosity and acidity. The wine has a great structure and the aftertaste is profound, long and smooth.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Producer||Quinta da Alorna|
|Grapes||Verdelho, Loureiro, Bical, Encruzado, Antão Vaz, Alvarinho|
|Pairing||Baked fish, Mediterranean traditional dishes, White meats with aromatic herbs.|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
The grapes were manually harvested and placed separately in 18-kg boxes. They were then pressed in long and short cycles in the mornings. After the muts were clarified, the fermentation in new and 2nd-use French oak casks followed. The wine aged on fine lees for 8 months using the batonnage method. After the final batch was prepared, the wine was stabilised and filtered before being bottled.
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