LouCA White 2019

28,90 €

Deep aroma with minerality in prominence, notes of sweet spices, biscuit, hazelnut, honey and citrus confit. In the mouth it has freshness and volume, citric and salivating acidity, with a very long and captivating finish.

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Producer Producer: Adega do Monte Branco
Oenology: Inês Capão
Region Alentejo
Grapes Rabigato, Verdelho, Arinto, Galego Dourado and Esgana Cão
Soil Soils: Schist and calcareous.
Winemaking This wine results from the blend of different types of fermentation: 40% of the wine is made with pellicular maceration, 30% with direct pressing and clarification, and the remaining 30%, a tanning made with Verdelho must (more mature) with Arinto must, which is greener and more acidic.
Aging 9 months in used 600L French oak barrels.
Capacity 750 ml
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 12%
Temperature 10ºC - 12ºC
Harmonizations Oven-roasted fish and codfish dishes.
Wine's Awards 94 Points - Robert Parker
18,5 Points - Revista de Vinhos (Wine Magazine)

The Adega do Monte Branco is located in Estremoz, Alentejo, where there is the largest concentration of wine producers and has its own natural and climatic characteristics, for the production of excellent wines.

Luís Louro
Born and raised in the Alentejo, Luís developed a strong connection to the land from an early age. After completing his studies and an internship in Sonoma County, it was at the age of 23 that Luís decided to start his own project. In 2004, he became the vintner of Adega do Monte Branco.

Winery and Vineyards

Two different 
In a total of 48 hectares of vineyards, the soils mark the profile of their wines. Limestone soils are deeper and more fertile, originating grapes with greater balance and freshness, combining with schist soils, poor and austere lands, source of concentration and minerality. Each has its own expression, together they complement in every wine of Adega do Monte Branco.

Adega do Monte Branco is perfectly framed by the surrounding Alentejo landscape. The main building contrasts with an old windmill, creating harmony between the past and the present. The winery was built to be both sustainable and efficient.

Estremoz microclimate
Estremoz is known for the whiteness of its houses, the quality of the local marble stone, and its rich gastronomy, where the wines stand out. Estremoz has a more moderate climate and diverse soils, featuring calcareous and schist. These particular conditions are reflected in balanced, fresh and elegant wines.

Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
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