Aneto wines are produced by the small family business Sobredos created in 2001. Its wines are produced from different plots and separated by grape varieties.
In the white wines are used the varieties Semillon, Gouveio, Viosinho, Arinto, Rabigato, Malvasia Fina and Cerceal from the parish of Barrô and Penajóia (area of transition to the region of vinho verde, with granite soils, cool climate and Atlantic).
The harvest of these grapes is manual, made by grape varieties that are pressed and ferment in stainless steel and oak barrels with controlled temperature.
Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão and Souzão are the grape varieties used in the production of red wines. These are produced in the municipality of Alijó and are planted in schistous soil with clay outcrops and Mediterranean climate.
As with white grapes, red grapes are harvested manually and separated by grape variety. After passing through the sorting mat they are destemmed and lightly crushed, falling into traditional granite presses where, with foot treading twice a day, they macerate and ferment for a few days. Malolactic fermentation occurs in stainless steel. Then the wine ages in new and used French oak barrels for a minimum of one year.
Currently the range of Aneto wines is composed of white, red, rosé, late harvest, sparkling wines and extra virgin olive oil.
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