Monte Velho, Branco, Herdade do Esporão
Crystal clear, pale straw colour. Fruity aroma with white stone fruit and fresh citric notes. Firm, intense, textured and fruity, well balanced with a long finish.
Origin: Alentejo, Portugal
Taste guide: Off dry, medium bodied. Grapefruit & citrus nose, balanced palate & aromatic finish - unoaked
75cl - 13.5% - Traditional Cork Opening
Yet another reliable Esporão Estate wine for us here. Established in 1267 the vineyard is one of the largest domains in the Alentejo region, lead by winemaker David Baverstock. The exceptional climatic conditions; good light, hot sun, humid Atlantic breezes from the Northwest, and the unique xistous and vulcanic soils, constitute the origins for the outstanding wines of Esporão.
Unbeatable for its reliability and consistently high quality. Herdade do Esporão is Portugal's largest privately-owned wine company, and proof that big can be beautiful.
This wine has delicate fresh stone fruits and lemon notes on the nose with a firm, intense, well-balanced fesh and fruity palate. A beautifully long, aromatic finish.
Good with seafood, grilled fresh fish, white meats and as an aperitif. Superb score on Vivino of 3.8/5
Found on various websites for £9-£11 but we have sourced a batch originally destined for the restaurant trade and available to you for just £7.25