Herdade de Grous Branco Alentejo 2007

External Review by Morrell & Company:

Herdade dos Grous Branco is estate grown and bottled from the best local varieties, Ant�o Vaz (50%), Arinto (30%), Roupeiro (20%) that Alentejo has to offer. Luis Duarte, the well regarded winemaker/consultant who also works with Quinta do Mouro and Malhadinha Nova, supervises vinification. Grapes are hand-selected on a selection table and destemmed and crushed through a heat exchange to lower the temperature to 10 �C. After settling in the cold for 48 hours, the wine is fermented in steel vats at 14 C for 3 weeks and finished in combination of French and Hungarian cooperage. A crisp, fruity and refreshing wine, enjoy it with seafood, poultry and pasta carbonara.

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Source: Morrell & Company
01/19/2009

Herdade dos Grous Branco is estate grown and bottled from the best local varieties, Ant�o Vaz (50%), Arinto (30%), Roupeiro (20%) that Alentejo has to offer. Luis Duarte, the well regarded winemaker/consultant who also works with Quinta do Mouro and Malhadinha Nova, supervises vinification. Grapes are hand-selected on a selection table and destemmed and crushed through a heat exchange to lower the temperature to 10 �C. After settling in the cold for 48 hours, the wine is fermented in steel vats at 14 C for 3 weeks and finished in combination of French and Hungarian cooperage. A crisp, fruity and refreshing wine, enjoy it with seafood, poultry and pasta carbonara.




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