Brejinho da Costa Harvest White 2020

4,95 €

Clear and brilliant in appearance, it has a citrus yellow colour with a beautiful greenish tinge. On the nose offers a tasty combination of floral, citrus aromas. On the palate the wine is very smooth and attractive, revealing fresh aromas balanced by a refreshing and balanced acidity. Long and persistent aromatic finish.

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Producer Producer: Quinta Brejinho da Costa
Oenology: Luis Simões
Region Península de Setúbal
Grapes Arinto, Fernão Pires and Sauvignon Blanc
Winemaking Produced with grapes harvested and selected manually, going immediately to the winery where they were gently pressed in order to preserve all the varietal aromas. The alcoholic fermentation was carried out in stainless steel vats with a controlled temperature between 12ºC and 15ºC, in order to safeguard all the elegance and aromatic characteristics.
Capacity 750ml
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 12.5%
Temperature 7ºC - 9ºC
Harmonizations Fish, seafood and salad dishes.

Produced by a family enterprise, the natural call to create wealth for the next generation explains the great care given to a business where every detail is important. They uphold dedication with responsible and sustained guidelines: beyond producing excellent wines, landscape protection and respect for the environment are keystone principles for vineyards and wine-growing plantations to become a cultural practice and a tourist attraction.

At Quinta do Brejinho, the viticulture and its varieties were chosen according to the land and the connection of the soil with the near sea, are marked by one strong goal: Quality.

All the work and treatment have done under an integrated protection plan, ensure first quality grapes. On the other hand, low productions, controlled by pruning and bunch weedings, made with great accuracy, guarantee a top-class raw material.

To visit Quinta do Brejinho is to meet a place like no other. So unusual as their wines, this is a land that joins long beaches and fruitful sandy soils called "brejinhas" with a great stone pine forest. The first Portuguese vessels called "naus" that crossed the Cape of Good Hope were built from this majestic raw material, asserting these special lands with an everlasting promise of discovery.

Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
Light Full-bodied
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