Beyra White 2015
Grapes come from vineyards planted in the plateau area of Beira Interior wine region, at an average altitude of 725 meters, growing in granite and schist soils with quartz veins. The vineyards are all of native varieties that are perfectly adapted to environmental and climatic characteristics created by the altitude.
Hand picked grapes, reception with full destemming, whole-cluster pressed, fermentation at 16-17 ºC using native yeasts during 20 days. Aged during 4 months in Stainless steel vats until bottling.
Mineral and citrus fruitiness, grapefruit, hints of nettle and white flowers, very fresh and light on the palate, revealing the altitude of the vineyards.
Store and serve advices
Storage Lying down at a temperature of 15°C. Serving at a temperature from 10-12°C
Excellent as an aperitif, with appetisers, grilled fish and shellfish and to share with friends.
Reviews and Awards
- Commended International Wine Challenge 2013 (2012)
- Commended Decanter World Wine Awards 2012 (2011)
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