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VINHOS VERDES Wine Region
Demarcated region of Vinhos Verdes in Minho, Northern Portugal.
This Quinta de Linhares ARINTO 2017 White Wine is produced in the Vinho Verde Region, a unique region where the property that gives the name to the Wine is located.
Quinta de Linhares is located in the demarcated region of Vinhos Verdes, sub-region of Sousa, in the municipality of Penafiel. There are 12 ha, where “green” white wines are produced under the Quinta de Linhares brand.
The Vinhos Verdes of excellence, produced with grapes exclusively from the property, with the dominant grape varieties being Loureiro, Avesso, Azal and Arinto, all typical of the Vinho Verde region and typical of the region.
Quinta de Linhares Arinto 2017 White Wine is a mono-grape variety, in this case only with 100% of the ARINTO grape variety, one of the oldest and most traditional Portuguese grape varieties, especially in the Bucelas region and in the Vinho Verde region.
Arinto, is a very versatile grape variety, cultivated in many wine regions, known as Pedernã in the Vinho Verde region, with good acidity one of its greatest assets, to which is added a quality structure and a velvety touch.
Tasting Note: When you put Quinta de Linhares ARINTO 2017 White Wine in the glass, you will be facing an intense, full-bodied wine, very correct and pleasant in the mouth, with aromas of pear and plum.
Grape variety (s): 100% ARINTO.
Harmonization: We can serve Quinta de Linhares Arinto White Wine to receive some friends, by the beach, by the pool or to accompany a well seasoned crayfish soup, fish, seafood or some sandwiches.
Serve at a temperature of: Between 6 to 9ºC
Responsible for oenology: António Sousa
Premiums achieved: You can find out more about this wine and the ARINTO grape variety at www.clubevinhosportugueses.pt
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|Type||Protected Designation of Origin|
|Btl. Capac||0.75 Liter|