White Wine Branco Da Talha 2014 75 Cl | Garrafeira Soares

The TALHA (amphora) is the symbol of the ancient winemaking traditions of our region and a vestige of the Roman presence in the history of Alentejano wines. In

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White Wine Branco Da Talha 2014 75 Cl

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Producer

Antonio Maçanita

Country

Portugal

Region

Alentejo

Grape

Roupeiro; Antão Vaz

Winemaker

Antonio Maçanita

Alcohol Content (%)

12.5

Capacity

0.75 L

Distinctive, mineral, complex and fresh. Strong primary fruit with an additional earthy, iodine almost chemical dimension from the anphora. Great texture and mouth-feel.

GASTRONOMY

Serve at 10ºC. Fresh, its acidity, earthy notes enable it to pair very well with dishes that feature mushrooms, Trufles, or root vegetables such as beetroot.

"Innovation, sometimes, is simply going back to the roots"


"A 23-year-old winemaker and an English winemaker could only go wrong." Portuguese winemaker António Maçanita and English consultant and winemaker David Booth met in early 2004. Over the next few months, Antonio was already learning viticulture with David and a great friendship developed. The next step would be to make wine. First wine, first success, with the Alentejo Trophy at the International Wine Challenge, awarded for the second time in 22 years of competition. Fitapreta produces wines that reflect the character of our region, but also what we want it to be. We are so close to deepening our culture and our local castes as we are in changing the world with new challenges, new paths and new blends. We produce each of our wines with the absolute sense of responsibility that we have to love them. And we hope they can share our aesthetics for wine and who knows ... for life.


The TALHA (amphora) is the symbol of the ancient winemaking traditions of our region and a vestige of the Roman presence in the history of Alentejano wines. In a quest for greater complexity and regional identity this wine is a revival of ancient practices.

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