Aged for five months in stainless steel vats . Ready to drink now and will evolve in the bottle for 2-3 years after the harvest date .
Clear and bright. On the nose it is open, precise and elegant, with fine aromas of citrus and apricot . Freshness and minerality , with lime and orange blossom notes . The end is very aromatic , confirming the fresh and graceful character.
Very aromatic with dried flowers notes of tropical fruit and ripe citrus. The wine has good mouth feel and an elegant finish.
Pair with: summer dishes, salads, light fish dishes and white meats.
Quinta do Monte d’Oiro (“Hill of Gold”) was founded by winemaker Jose Bento dos Santo in 1990. His goal was to develop top-quality wines in a European style while respecting his vineyard’s unique terroir. The wines, which are deep, mineral and personalized, carry the Quinta’s identity, and their unique robust character is a harmonious match with classical and haute cuisines. Over the past 20 years, Quinta do Monte d’Oiro has achieved international renown, with wines chosen for the Portuguese president’s cellar at the Palacio de Belem, and available at some of the best European and American restaurants, such as the Alain Ducasse Group and the Four Seasons Hotel. Additionally, Monte d’Oiro’s Homenagem a Antonio Carqueijeriro 1999, a wine produced as an homage to a great friend of Bento dos Santos, won an Iberian blind-tasting contest of the best 30 wines from Portugal and Spain. This same wine was part of Madrid’s ”Mythical Wines of the World“ tasting in 2003 and 2004, along with the legendary wines Petrus, Cheval Blanc, Beaucastel, Grange, Vega Sicilia, and Pingus.