Warre’s Fine White is 100% fermented off the skins. GRAPE VARIETIES: The grapes used in the production of Warre’s Fin...Read more...
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Warre’s Fine White is 100% fermented off the skins. GRAPE VARIETIES: The grapes used in the production of Warre’s Fine White are a blend of traditional Portuguese varieties from the Douro Valley, such as Arinto, Códega, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato, and Viosinho. VINIFICATION: Warre’s Fine White under-goes fermentation with natural yeast at between 24-28ºc. Once the must has fermented to the desired degree of sweetness (usually within 48 hours), fortification takes place with grape brandy at 77% v/v (generally 80% must / 20% brandy). AGEING: Warre’s Fine White is aged in oak casks for an average of 3 years, and is bottled when ready to drink. TASTING NOTES: Pale straw colour, smooth and delicate nose, fruity palate with a long and crisp finish. SERVING TIPS: - Does not need decanting. - The wine is ready to drink when bottled, but will maintain its quality in bottle. - Makes an excellent aperitif when served chilled or as a long drink with tonic water and a slice of lemon.
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