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Honrado Vinho de Talha White Limited Edition 2017 View larger

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Honrado Vinho de Talha White Limited Edition 2017

13,52 €

Campaign available from 27 Novembro 2020 às 00:00 to 30 Novembro 2020 às 23:59

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16,90 €

Coming from what is considered the best Amphora of the year, having been bottled only 1000 bottles. Hand-harvested in small boxes and divided by grape variety. Destemming and crushing of the grapes in a mill. Natural fermentation in amphoras (clay pots) which are previously coated and waterproofed with beeswax and resin. The wines were kept in contact with the wine masses until November 20 th . Malolactic fermentation also ocurrs...

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Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
Light Full-bodied
Drink now To cellar
Producer Honrado - Vinho de Talha Artesanal.
Cellar Alentejo DOC
Grapes Manteúdo, Antão Vaz and Arinto
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 12%
Bottle Size: 75 cl
Harmonizations Traditional Alentejo cuisine
Ideal Temperature: 10º to 12ºC

The production of the Honrado wine is the result of a familiar project between father and son with whom possess a wide range of abilities. Ruben Honrado - the son -, a great lover of design and marketing who has traveled the world in a personal quest, has had the opportunity to be in contact and to live with other cultures over the last few years, which allowed him to open his horizons and explore other ways of thinking; And António Honrado, the father - manager of the famous Typical Restaurant País das Uvas, and a producer of Amphora wine for over 15 years who feels the greatest pride in his humble Alentejo origins. The father, who once wished to take his wine beyond the Alentejo borders, allied with the son, and the wine "Talha" was born - a product that despite having a rejuvenated and differentiated image, presents as it's fundamental dogma the respect by the history, culture, and tradition of the Alentejo region.

Wine produced artisanally through the millenarian technique of fermenting the grapes in clay amphoras. Originally from the Roman times, this technique has remained unchanged over more than 2000 years of history, moving thru generations through popular wisdom. It is in the region of Vila de Frades (Vidigueira), a small village with less than 900 inhabitants in the heart of Alentejo, that this tradition has been kept alive, and that is now recognized as "the Capital of the Amphora Wine".

The fact that each amphora have different size, porosity, and density causes that the levels of oxygen and the temperature at which grapes are subject to fermentation is different from amphora to amphora. This way, even if made from the same grapes, amphora wines have the peculiarity of being all different from each other due to the unique touch each amphora confers. It is therefore impossible to replicate a batch, which consequently translates the uniqueness of this type of wine and ensures its artisanal character.

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