Quinta do Valdoeiro is a white wine from the region of Bairrada packed with exotic fruit aromas as passion fruit and nuances of fresh pineapple. It has a silky structure with soft mineral hints. It's a fresh wine with a wonderful acidity.
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Quinta do Valdoeiro is a white wine produced with Arinto, Bical and Chardonnay white grapes, from the region of Bairrada. The alcoholic fermentation, occurred at low temperatures, in stainless steel vats and it stayed for 8 months prior to filtration and bottling.
Arinto, Bical, Chardonnay.
Quinta do Valdoeiro is a white wine from the Bairrada region with an aroma of exotic fruits wrapped into a wonderful freshness and silky texture.
Store and Serve Advice:
Store at a temperature of 18 ° C. Serve at a temperature between 10ºC and 12ºC.
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