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75% Loureiro, 12.5% Trajadura & 12.5% Arinto
DOC Vinho Verde, Portugal

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Ponte da Barca: Ponte da Barca owns and sources from vineyards in the regions of Lima, Cavado, Ave and Sousa, within the D.O.C. Vinho Verde in Portugal. With more than 50 years of winemaking, the winery produces clean and expressive wines that reflect the typical characteristics of their terroir. The grape varieties grown are Alvarinho (Albariño), Loureiro, Arinto and Trajadura for whites and Vinhão, Borracal, Espadeiro for reds. The vines grow in rocky, granite soils along rivers that flow from the
eastern mountains to the ocean. The cold and rainy climate is ideal for producing grapes with high acidity to make lively, crisp, and refreshing young wines.

Tasting notes: Very aromatic with a touch of sparkle and freshness. Very youthful and light with citrus notes and tropical flavors. Excellent wine to enjoy with salads, seafood, or a day in the sun!

Wine Maker: José Oliveira
Winemaking: Hand-harvested. Temperature controlled fermentation to preserve freshness and aromatics. Unoaked.

pH: 3.16

RS: 10 grams per liter

Alc: 11%

D.O.C. Vinho Verde: Located along the Atlantic coast in northern Portugal, Vinho Verde lies between the city of Oporto and the northern border with Spain. Vinho Verde translates to ‘green wine’, referring to the climate of the region which is lush and green thanks to high precipitation and influence from the Atlantic Ocean. The area is mostly known for its light and refreshing white wines but also produces elegant and floral whites, rosé, reds and sparkling wines in diverse styles. Wine has been produced
in this region for over 2,000 years since the Romans brought vines to the area during the Roman Empire.

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