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Berbereta Sparkling Brut Nature Reserve 2016

19,90 €

It is a Brut Nature sparkling wine, made by the classical method, from Arinto and Chardonnay grapes, part of the blend fermented in French oak barrels, with subsequent assembly with the remainder in small capacity stainless steel vats at room temperature. 15ºC. The bottling was in February 2017, had second fermentation and aging in bottle for 24 months and degorgement was in February 2019. It has a citrus color with golden hints, a...

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Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
Light Full-bodied
Drink now To cellar
Producer Romana Vini - Quinta do Porto Nogueira
Cellar IG Lisboa
Grapes Arinto (60%) and Chardonnay (40%)
Aging Aged in bottle 24 months before degorgement
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 12%
Bottle Size: 75 cl
Harmonizations Seafood dishes, oven-baked fish and white meats
Ideal Temperature: 8º to 10ºC
Wine's Awards 92 Points Robert Parker - Wine Advocate

Quinta do Porto Nogueira dates from the first half of the eighteenth century and was always owned by the same family. It was donated to the Lisbon Academy of Sciences around 1980. Since 2004 it is a Romana Vini estate. For centuries, Quinta do Porto Nogueira's main culture has been the vineyard, now replenished and planted in its original terroirs, around the houses and the old and new wineries.

The vineyards produce in clay soils, with a natural freshness, without watering, marked by the influence of a natural microclimate from the foothills of the Serra de Todo-o-Mundo and the proximity to the Atlantic Sea, about 20 km. Quinta do Porto Nogueira vineyards - with the DOC Óbidos category - each vineyard parcel is treated and valued as unique and different, and all wines are produced with the pleasure and well-being in mind.

The natural freshness and salinity are excellent for the production of white grapes Arinto, Alvarinho, Encruzado, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay and very conducive to the production of red grapes, with special focus on Pinot Noir and Touriga Nacional grapes.

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