Grape varieties: Loureiro, Arinto and Avesso
Residual sugar: 7 g/l
Acidity: 6 g/l
Loureiro is a grape variety grown in almost the whole region of Vinhos Verdes and best suited to coastal areas which originates wines of citrus color, a fine, elegant aroma, ranging from fruity citrus to floral and molasses, with a fruity flavor with slight acidity, fresh, harmonious, full-bodied and persistent.
The variety Arinto is grown throughout the region of Vinhos Verdes although not recommended in the subregion of Monção and Melgaço. Known in the region as Pedernã, produces citrus and straw-colored wines, and feature a rich aroma of fruity citrus, pome fruit and flowers, and a fresh, harmonious and persistent taste.
Avesso is a variety cultivated particularly in the subregion of Baião and originates wines of intense straw color with greenish reflections, its aroma is a mix between fruity, almond-like and floral, with a dominant, delicate, subtle and complex fruity character. The taste is fruity with slight acidity, fresh, harmonious, full-bodied and persistent.
Serve between 8°C-10°C
This is a wine with floral aromas and notes of citrus fruits.
It is a young and vibrant wine.
Ideal to pair with white meats, salads, fish, sushi or as an aperitif.