Etnom White 2022

28,90 €

Fresh and mineral aroma, notes of seaweed and a touch of sea air. This is followed by notes of brioche, creaminess, hints of honey with a touch of citrus and a fine nutmeg. On the palate, it has a balanced acidity, saline, fresh, with a certain greasiness, a sweet tooth that lives up to the nose. 

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Producer Cátia Laranjo
Region Açores - Pico Island
Grapes Arinto dos Açores (90%) and Verdelho (10%)
Soil Vineyards located to the west, unprotected from any kind of corrals, benefiting from their location and exposure to the sun, but limited by the Calhau - Pocinho coastal area (Wine Route), which gives these wines a high level of salinity.
Winemaking Manual harvesting, whole bunch pressing in a vertical press, decanting, totally spontaneous fermentation which began in a horizontal stainless steel tank, then transferred and finished in used 550-litre French oak barrels with bâtonnage, the minimum stabilisation possible, followed by bottling.
Production: 999 bottles
Aging Old French oak barrels of 550 litres.
Capacity 750 ml
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 12%
Temperature 10ºC - 12ºC
Harmonizations Seafood, limpets, barnacles, oysters and sushi.

"I was born and raised on Pico Island, where the subsistence of this island has always been linked to viticulture. I grew up with my father in this system of grapes, vineyards, wineries: viticulture, pruning, grafting and burning." Cátia Laranjo

Cátia Laranjo could even have another aspiration in her life, to do something completely different but, the truth is that her first choice was Oenology at the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro. After more than 10 years of working in several wine regions in the Portuguese continent and around the world, this is his project. It was born from his passion for one of the best pleasures in life, wine. He is proud to call Pico his home, one of the best regions in the world for white wines.

The landscape of the Pico Island Vineyard Culture, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004, leaves anyone, whether they are a wine lover or not, surrendered and amazed by all the hard work around the “currals” and the extreme viticulture that takes place there. The “currals” or “curraletas” are walls of loose volcanic stone built since ancient times to protect the vineyards from the sea winds, creating an incredible landscape. Thus goes the phrase: 'And from stone wine was made, and still is, proof of the resilience of a Picaroto and Azorean people, which they proudly join, in this future generation that wants to keep the Pico name on the map of great wines of the world.

Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
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