White Wine Pack

In this suggestion, you will find a selection of white wines from north to south of the country. With some references known to everyone and others that will certainly surprise you on the positive side. With this selection of wines, you will be able to better understand the differences of “terroir” in the national territory and appreciate its particularities.

CHF121.00

Contacto Alvarinho 2019 – 100% Alvarinho where the grape skin contacted with the must giving it extra complexity.
Casa do Valle Grande Escolha 2018 – 100% Alvarinho the typical grape from vinho verde region
Falcoaria White 2017 – 100% Fernão Pires from old vines is a perfect and very well done example of this grape.
Quinta Nogueira Reserva White 2016 – Here you’ll find 2 indigenous white grapes from Portugal Arinto and Encruzado.
Quinta Monte d’Oiro Reserva White 2017 – Handmade harvest on two different dates to make sure the grapes were all at their perfect maturation levels.
Alto do Joa White 2017 – From the very north of Portugal, this wine is single and unique where the fermentation is done together with the skins of the grapes (“OrangeWine”).
Weight 9 kg
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Casa do Joa

It is the harsh winters and the ruthless sun of Alto Transmontano which, without mercy on the land, compels it to free from the shale the best they have to offer our grapes. From the grapes to the only wine produced in this region goes the distance between tradition and innovation.

Casal Branco

Founded in 1775, the property today is now spread over 1,100 hectares. Of these, 119 hectares are occupied by vineyards in heathland soils. The strong focus on wine production has started a tradition marked by innovation, quality, and consistency of wines produced until today. Quinta do Casal Branco is a privileged place to enjoy multiple experiences around wine.

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.

Quinta do Porto Nogueira

Quinta do Porto Nogueira’s origins dates the first half of the XVIII. For centuries, Quinta do Porto Nogueira's main crop has been the vineyard