1143 WHITE WINE
A key date that gave us independence. We created a history, a culture, a tradition. We built a country. It was the year of 1143. After several centuries, we painted our cities, our yards and our houses with tiles. Today they brighten up cities. A wine that celebrates the memory of a country. Taste the extraordinary lives of the men and women who have turned it into what it is today, and taste pieces of history within every sip.
1143. History. Culture. Art. Tradition.
Classification | Tejo Regional Wine
Type | white wine
Volume | 12,5%
Soil | Schistose
Winemaking | The grapes that give rise to this wine come from schist soils and are picked at their optimal point of ripeness, preserving all their virtues and qualities. These are harvested by grape varieties and into 20kg boxes to be transported to the winery where they stay 24 hours in a cold room for cooling before crushing. The must is pneumatically pressed and decanted until it reaches the necessary clarification. To subsequently ferment in a stainless steel tank for 2 weeks, with temperature control, to enhance all the aromas from the selected varieties for this wine. After fermentation, the wine remained on the fine lees for 4 months, under unique micro-oxygenation conditions in this type of deposit, which respect and amplify the character of the wine.
Color | Lemon yellow and bright
Bouquet | On the nose, it is an intense and fruity wine, enhancing the profile of the fresh tropical fruit with a predominance of grapefruit and papaya notes, complemented with green lemon leaf
Taste | In the mouth, it is a very balanced, fresh wine, with an excellent acidity and presence
Aftertaste | A fresh, unctuous and elegant set, revealing an excellent balance, ending with a long finish
Food Pairing | This wine is perfect to go with starters and fish dishes or even with grilled white meat
- Fernão Pires 65% 65%
- Malvasia Fina 35% 35%