Harvested on the birthday of producer José Bento dos Santos, this wine is a tribute from the entire team to its mentor, while trying to recreate what was the first Viognier harvest at Quinta do Monte d'Oiro, in 2003.
1270 kg of grapes with a beautiful golden color were harvested manually, which, after being gently crushed with direct pressing, were fermented in stainless steel vats with temperature control. Fermentation took place for 18 days and the sugar was broken down in its entirety. 34 months in used French oak barrels (for Port wine aging).
Amarelo d'Oirado in colour, chunky but dry, it is a dense, textured and seductive white, designed and prepared to accompany very specific dishes to which it can give an exciting gastronomic contribution.
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- Alcohol Content
- 75 CL