Passadouro White is sourced from an estate vineyard near the village of Murça with an altitude of 1,650 feet. The high altitude, cool climate, and schist and granite soil provides ideal conditions for growing white grapes. The wine is a blend of Viosinho, Rabigato, and Códega do Larinho from vines with an average age of 30 years. Fermentation is conducted in stainless steel tanks over 15 days at low temperatures, preserving the fresh flavors of the grapes. The ensuing five months of lees contact adds just enough texture to create a perfectly balanced wine.
Pale gold in color, this fresh and fragrant wine gives notes of citrus, asparagus, and intense minerality. Its light body and excellent acidity make it a perfect pairing with fish.
The perfect companion to fish dishes.