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A blended wine made from the grapes from farms of the different Lavradores de Feitoria’s producers. Young, fruity and fresh, an excellent option for immediate consumption. Unoaked, expressive dry white, combining the weight of Malvasia and the freshness of Siria.
Casa de Vilacetinho is located in Alpendurada overlooking the River Douro and covers an estate with 30 hectares of vineyards which develop in a continuous and ordered manner in soils of granitic nature, with a predominantly South sun exposure, making it one of the most prosperous locales of the region set to the production of ‘Vinho Verde’.
The recognition is arriving, year after year, from all over the world. Lavradores de Feitoria was just chosen as one of the “30 wineries to discover” by Wine Spectator, the North-American renowned wine magazine. Side by side with big names from the business, Feitoria is the only Portuguese company in this exclusive list. This is silky soft and full of flavours of blackberry and cherry.
Opta wines come from Dão, a region quickly becoming renowned for wines with finesse and character. Poor granite and sand soils force the vines to work hard, while the area is surrounded by mountains that offer protection as well as presenting challenges. This Touriga Nacional dominated blend has bags of black fruits, berries, plummy, yummy flavours and a very smooth texture.
A great Douro blend expressing crunchy red fruit, with depth and freshness. On the palate, it is more elegant than the previous edition, with a markedly mineral profile. With a superb drinkability owing to its balance and elegance, this wine very much exhibits the uncomplicated style that Niepoort set out to achieve.
About as good as this variety can ever be, citrus, tropical and mineral notes. The grapes come from selected small vineyards around the Melgaço region in the most northerly point of Portugal. The brand name – Soalheiro – arises from the excellent sun exposure of the vineyards bearing the same name – a sunny place.
From Alexandre’s Art.Terra project, the Amphora is aged for 3 months in large clay amphoras, or Talhas as they know the clay pot locally. This traditional blend includes the despised Moreto grape, but it’s natural acidity jumps out and adds to the wine’s complexity.
Foot-trodden and fermented in granite lagars. Matured in seasoned, small oak barrels. Lagar de Baixo Tinto is a mix of grapes coming from very old vines and grapes from younger vineyards at Quinta de Baixo. It is a complex and serious red wine, but with youth and vigour.
Ancient vines, hand picked and 100% foot trodden and fermented in the circular granite lagares at Vale de Mendiz. This wine ages 4-6 years in large old oak vats (opposed to Vintage, that ages 2-3 years). LBV fills the gap between the rubies and the vintage ports since a Ruby Port should be drunk quite young and a great Vintage Port may need 15 to 20 years to really open up and show its splendour.
Conciso is the Niepoort interpretation of a fine and elegant Dão, a wine that shows the full potential and character of a very old vineyard. This centenarian vineyard, planted in granite soil and facing east on the slopes of Serra da Estrela, has mixed varieties where Baga and Jaen are predominant.
The Organic Bioma Vinha Velha is a single vineyard Vintage Port, rather than a single Quinta. The “Vinha Velha” refers to the extraordinary age of the vines at Vinha da Pisca, mostly exceeding 80 years old. Offered in very small quantities, this is a style of Vintage Port more akin to the very best English-bottled Vintage Ports of 1970 and before.