CASA DE VILA NOVA VINHO VERDE ALVARINHO 2017
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- 2,100 円(税込)
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|Sustainable & Classic
|Vinho Regional Minho IGP (Protected Geographical Indication)
|Type of cork
About the wine.
This wine has aromas of marmelo, peach, banana, lemon, passion fruit, lychee,orange and violet flowers,hazelnut, walnut and honey, and is firm on the palate but lightly effervescent and easy to drink. It goes well with grilled fish, shrimp, seafood salads, and sauces like teriyaki. For meat dishes, it is a great match for white meats such as chicken breast or turkey steak.
The grapes are all hand-picked and quickly brought to the winery where they are pressed for 4-5 hours, stem by stem. Fermentation takes place for four weeks in a controlled environment at 14 degrees Celsius, and the next stage of fermentation is weekly batonnage until bottling. In Portugal, it has been made to be drunk with dishes that make use of the local seafood. In Portugal, it has been made to be drunk with dishes that make the most of the local seafood, so it goes very well with Japanese food that uses a lot of fish, and in recent years it has been gaining attention in the wine industry.
About the winery.
Casa de Vila Nova, owned by the Lancaster family, is said to be a descendant of the Portuguese royal family. At the end of the 1970s, the Lancaster family planted about 12 hectares of land with grapes. In the late 1970s, the Lancaster family planted about 12 hectares of grapes, mostly indigenous Portuguese varieties most commonly used for vinho verde. 2003, Bernardo Lancaster and his brothers inherited the property and began reclaiming the vineyards and producing vinho verde. In 2003, Bernardo Lancaster and his brother inherited the property and began revitalizing the vineyards and producing Vinho Verde, which has been a driving force in bringing attention to the Vila Nova area.
A beautiful and historic winery
Casa de Vila Nova is located in the Sousa sub-district of the Vinho Verde parcel. Known as the Entre Duro e Minho region of northern Portugal, the Vinho Verde land is heavily influenced by the Atlantic winds. The unique characteristics of the soil, microclimate, grape varieties and wine culture set it apart from any other wine-producing region. Casa de Vila Nova is dedicated to producing high quality vinho verde and earning its Designation of Origin. To this end, in addition to grapes from its own vineyards, it also uses grapes from other producers in the region, under strict selection and high quality control.
Casa de Vila Nova is a wine producer that combines the tradition and experience of its founders with the energy and innovation of a younger generation. Our goal as a company is to offer our customers a young and fresh Vinho Verde, unique in the world, of great quality and true differentiation close to the end consumer. We use grapes such as Alvarinho, Avesso, Loureiro, Arinto, Fernand Pires, and others such as Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc to create wines with different expressions.
One of the winemakers, Bernard Lancaster, holds the title of Baron.
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