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Quinta de Arcossó Bastardo 2017

8,90 €

The wine is produced with the Bastardo variety, from a 10.5 hectare plot located in the micro-region of Ribeira de Oura, integrated into a set of 12 hectares of vineyards planted in 2003, installed on a wide slope of medium altitude (375 meters), exposed to the south, the soil is of granitic origin. The grapes were trodden on foot in 1000L vats and later placed in old brown wood vats, with about 30% of the stems, where the alcoholic...

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Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
Light Full-bodied
Drink now To cellar
Producer Producer: Quinta de Arcossó
Winemakers: Francisco Montenegro and Amílcar Salgado
Cellar Trás-os-Montes DOC
Grapes Bastardo (100%)
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 15%
Bottle Size: 75 cl
Harmonizations Octopus dishes, tuna, swordfish and grilled meats
Ideal temperature: 14º to 16ºC

In Ribeira de Oura, between Vidago and Chaves, Trás-Os-Montes region, in the north of Portugal, we find an unique place for the production of wine, Quinta de Arcossó.

Situated in a region with deep wine traditions that go back to the pre-roman occupation of the Iberion Peninsula, its vineyards are installed in a convex slope with a southern sun exposureat 400 meters altitude with a 20% steep.

In its granitic soil grow vineyards species carefully selected and totally adapted to the region. An adega projected and built to express all the potential in the grapes and minimize mechanical operations.

In each bottle of Quinta de Arcossó unique wines are found packed with complexed aromas and topped by dense and long aftertastes.

Quinta de Arcossó pratices a minimalistic oenology procedure based in a through surveillance that seeks to express the entire grape´s potential.

The selection of the grapes and the harvest timing is done in accordance with the perfect maturation point, grape variety sorting, identifying at the same time homogeneous micro zones in each of them. The harvest is done manually, transported immediately to the adega where the grapes are submitted to a second screening process in a sorting belt with perforated screen.

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