From vineyards deep within a World Heritage Site comes this delicious new white from the Coa stable. Barrel fermented and exotic with pineapple and cocnut flavours, toasted almonds and nougat flavours. Delicious.
A really thoughtfully made wine, this branco is created with Malvasia Fina, Bical and Sercial. It has a fantastic mouth feel which is quite like Viognier, and on the palate is delicate with light stone fruits, honeyed notes nad good minerality. Biodynamic
The top white from this estate from pre phylloxera wines. 80% barrel fermented. A truly stunning white - bright and citrussy on the palate with a judicious use of oak. Lovely lovely stuff.
Made by Carla Costa Ferreira and her daughter Rita in the Douro highlands. Some of the vines here are pre-phylloxera and these ladies are producing some serious wines.
Mostly Malvasia Fina with a few other bits and bobs. This is an interesting example of a great white from the Douro, citrus and apple fruits with an underlying minerality.
An elegant, fresh Alvarinho which serves as an ideal accompaniment for fish or seafood dishs as well as spicier Asian food.
Arinto is the one white variety planted in every Portuguese region but here it really has produced something of remarkable quality..espeically for the price! Smoky, minerally and fully of flavour.
Classic Vinho Verde with a touch of spritz and a hint of sweetness. Green, grassy, fresh and easy, one for a summers afternoon.
This award winning estate is dedicated to the development of the Loureiro grape variety. Produced in the Lima Valley region this is a delicate and aromatic wine with a fruity, floral nose and long length.
From these vineyards you could throw a stone into Rias Baixas, so it's hardly surprising that they grow Alvarinho (or Albarino) here. This is altogether leaner, with sizzling acidity, nutty mineral flavours and a touch of spritz. Vinho Verde but not as y
This wine becomes more refined with every vintage. Roques are the top Dao producer, and this varietal oozes class. Creamy pear and butter flavours, subtle minerality and gentle use of oak.