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Casa Ermelinda Freitas Medium Dry White Sparkling Wine
Casa Ermelinda Freitas Medium Dry Sparkling White Wine presents a fruity, bright golden wine, reminiscent of citrus and tropical fruit. Well structured, its excellent acidity giving it freshness and longevity. Fresh, very pleasant, with a fruity finish
Casa Ermelinda freitas is a wine brand recognized by the world for its magnificent wines. From its very beginnings, made the quality of its vineyards and wines a top priority. When the company first started, wines were produced and sold wholesale and unbranded. It was the current management that decided to take on the challenge that is involved in creating an own brand wine. 1997 was the year of the company's new beginning in wine making, with red wine "Terras do Po tinto", being the first to be produced and bottled on the premises of the Ermelinda Freitas winery
<p><span>Croft is one of the most distinguished of all Port houses. Founded in 1588, it is the oldest firm still active today as a Port wine producer. The company is renowned above all for its Vintage Ports as well as for its range of wood aged reserves and tawnies, time-honoured styles refined by skill and experience passed down the generations</span></p>
<p>Aveleda Alvarinho is a white wine from Vinhos Verdes region. Aveleda Alvarinho White wine is the perfect accompaniment to elegant, fresh vegetable based or gratind dishes, starters such as oysters or asparagus in butter sauce or even dishes with fatty fish like salmon</p>
<p>Quinta das Arcas has around 50ha, 35ha of vineyards stand out, around 30 years old, where under the influence of a very particular micro-climate grapes of high quality of the Loureiro, Trajadura and Arinto grapes are obtained.</p>
<p>Since 2005 the company is called Kompassus, and still has a philosophy of wine production based on roots and family traditions. It is dedicated to the production of wines of excellence sustained by organic production methods and sustainable viticulture practices. The company is owned by João Póvoa, an ophthalmologist by profession, but a farmer by passion</p>
<p>Quinta das Arcas has around 50ha, 35ha of vineyards stand out, around 30 years old, where under the influence of a very particular micro-climate grapes of high quality of the Loureiro, Trajadura and Arinto grapes are obtained</p>
<p><span>Placed in the Vinho Verde Region, more precisely in the council of Amarante – land of the poet Pascoaes and of the painter Souza-Cardoso – Quinta de Carapeços is known for its natural beauty, as well as for the quality and singularity of its White, Red, Rosé, Sparkling and Late Harvest Wines that over the years received numerous awards and the recognition of national and international wine Critics and Connaisseurs.</span></p>
<p><strong>Quinta do Boição is located in Bucelas</strong><span>, next to the Boição stream and included in the famous </span><strong>Bucelas DOC Region</strong><span>, around 25 km away from Lisbon </span></p>
<p>Adega Cooperativa de Vidigueira, Cuba e Alvito was founded in 1960, but its chronology goes far beyond its almost 60 years of existence. Its roots are intertwined with the history of the village itself, and with Vasco da Gama - the Count of Vidigueira, to whom D. Jaime, Duke of Bragança gave the village in 1519. Thus arose the first connections of Vidigueira with the family of Gama.</p> <p>Based on the effort and dream of most of the wine growers in the regions of Vidigueira, Cuba and Alvito, this winery, one of the oldest in Portugal, is today a modern and visionary SME. In the winery's viticultural patrimony are discovered native grape varieties, perfected from generation to generation, among which stands out the Antão Vaz grape variety. This caste legitimated as the caste of Vidigueira and muse inspiring the Winery, gives rise to an exceptional white wine whose notoriety is worth the title of "O Branco do Alentejo"</p>