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Quinta da Fonte Souto Rosé Wine reveals orange and coppery tones, on the nose a vibrant freshness of lily, hibiscus and soft notes of orange blossom. Subtle, fresh notes of pomegranate and apricot complement a brilliant complexity to the aromatic bouquet. The depth is expressed by several layers that marry perfectly with the acidity of the Aragonez, creating a sophisticated and harmonious mouthfeel, complemented by elegant hints of fresh raspberry, lychee and white pepper.
Quinta da Fonte Souto Rosé Wine emerge from a small experimental plot of Aragonez grapes on the hillside vineyards of the estate in the São Mamede montains range. Initially vinified as a test, its surprising quality, balance and freshness led to the decision to bottle it as the first rosé wine mad by the Symington family
<p>Located in Anadia, the Caves of the Mountain were founded in 1943 by Adriano Henriques, passing since then from parents to children, being now in the fourth generation. Focused on the production, marketing and distribution of beverages, has sought with the passing of many years and a few generations always the same purpose, the quality of its products. Proof of this is the many quality awards you have been earning over the years</p>
<p>A wine with more fruity profile and without the influences of wood ageing. They found the ideal fruit from Dom Martinho vineyard and named it after this vineyard. Quinta do Carmo dates back to the seventheenth century when King D. Joao IV had it buit for a Lady of his court</p>