Following the philosophy of the Meia Encosta brand, this elegant white wine reveals the unique characteristics of Dão white wines. In this region’s poor granitic soil, protected by the influence of the Atlantic by a barrier of mountains, the vineyards ripen grapes that maintain a relatively high natural acidity that transmits unique characteristics, such as elegance and complexity, which are fully demonstrated by this white wine.
Malvasia Fina, Encruzado, Bical, Fernão Pires
Clear, pale yellow. Fruity, elegant and mineral. It is voluminous in the mouth, with a marked fruity character, in perfect balance with the acidity that gives it the typical flavor and freshness of a Dão wine.
Store and Serve Advices:
Recommended serving at a temperature of 7 to 9ºC
Excellent served with light dishes, salads, fish and shellfish.
Reviews and Awards:
. 15,5 points in Revista de Vinhos;
. 15 points in Vinho Grandes Escolhas;
. Gold medal Sélections Mondiales des Vins 2013 (2012);
. Silver medal Concurso Vinhos de Portugal 2013 (Wines of Portugal Challenge), Portugal;
. Sea of Approval Japan Wine Challenge 2013 (2012);
. Bronze medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011 (2010);
. Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2011 (2010);
. Bronze medal - Decanter World Wine Awards 2011 (2010);
. Seal of Approval vienna International Wine Challenge 2011 (2010).
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