Fonseca Twin Vines Vinho Verde 2009
Color: Pale straw with green highlights. Bouquet: Fresh aromas of lemon, melon and green apple. Taste: Slightly spritzy and lively on the palate, with refreshing citrus fruit flavors. Serving Suggestions: An all-occasion pour, this crisp, refreshing, versatile wine pairs well with salads, chicken, rice dishes, seafood and vegetable pasta dishes, shellfish and seafood.
The largest expanses of Jose Maria da Fonseca vines are found in Setubal. each utilising appropriate growing techniques to maximise qualitative potential according to individual ecological conditions.
Tart, fresh, lemony, slighty fizzy find. Steam some clams in this with garlic, onions, butter and herbs while sipping a glass on the side. Don't forget to buy some crusty bread for dipping in broth!
my first vinho verde. maybe I'm not ready yet, or maybe it's simply too dry for my taste.
This is honestly THE WORST vinho verde I have ever tasted. There is nothing going on here but acidity; No balance, no fruit, nothing. Spend your money elsewhere.
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A spritzy, fresh and vibrant white wine that boasts meyer lemons, zesty tangy limes and white flowers. A fruity and light-bodied white wine that's forever on our list of warm weather musts.
The perfect summer apéritif, this light, fresh, crisp wine tastes just drier than previous vintages, allowing the apple and lemon fruits to shine even more. It has a tight, taut aftertaste, leaving the mouth clean and refreshed.
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