Quinta do Monte d’Oiro Reserva White 2018

Handmade harvest on two different dates to make sure the grapes were all at their perfect maturation level, aged 6 months in stainless steel 55% and french oak 45% where the final result is a wine where the wood is very well balanced.
The type of wine that makes us very curious to try in some years to check his evolution.


In stock

SKUW-106-WH-75-120-18 Categories, , , , Brand:

  • Alcohol:13.5% vol

  • Grape Variety:Viognier (100%)

  • Serving Temperature:7°-14°

  • Type:White

  • Winemakers:Graça Gonçalves, advised by Grégory Viennois

  • Pairing:Pasta, Pork, Shellfish, Lean fish

  • Capacity:75cl


  • Soil Geology: 20 ha with different expositions and slopes. Lime and clay from the superior Jurassic period
  • Climate: Mediterranean microclimate with an Atlantic in?uence. Cold nights even during summer, max. temperatures of 31ºC, 675 mm average rainfall and a permanent blowing wind.
  • Winegrowing: Organic production (PT-BIO-08) with a single plot management winegrowing work
  • Harvest and Winemaking: Handmade harvest at two distinct dates, so that all the grapes are harvested at their perfect maturation level. Fermentation in stainless steel vats and french oak barrels (500L).
  • Ageing: 6 months in stainless steel (55%) and french oak barrels (45%), with a very smooth bâtonnage.
  • Production: 5 to 7.000 btls (37.5 cl 75 cl and 150 cl)
  • Theme: “There’s metaphoric gold in ‘dem there hills” A wine grown on a privileged terroir. A terroir whose slopes are covered with unique golden colours at sunset time. A terroir that since the 17th century has been known as the Hill of Gold.


Weight 1.5 kg

Quinta do Monte d'Oiro






Wine Cellar




There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Quinta do Monte d’Oiro Reserva White 2018”

Quinta do Monte d'Oiro

Quinta do Monte d'Oiro ('Hill of Gold Estate') is located in the Lisbon region, 50 km north of the Portuguese capital, nestled between the Montejunto mountains and 20 kilometers from the Atlantic ocean. The terroir is a combination of limestone and clay soil, wiht a Mediterranean micro-climate (similar to the Rhône's Mistral), enabling slow ripening, natural acidity, moderate alcohol level and smooth tannins.