Late Harvest
D. Graça
Viosinho 2016, 37,5cl

approx. £19.52


 Good ageing

 Serve at 10º-12º


O Produtor, tasting note published in May 27th 2018

A clean, bright, light golden wine. Delicate aroma with notes of honey and orange in combination with nuances of vanilla and toasted aromas from the barrel ageing. In the mouth it stands out for its bulky freshness with a less evident sweetness and a long aftertaste and persistent acidity.

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D. Graça

The grapes were harvested at the end of November, with about 70% of the bunches botrytized and 30% in raisins. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats with temperature control. Aging takes place in new French oak barrels for 6 months.
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Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 104658


VINILOURENÇO has its headquarters in the Upper Douro, in the village of Poço do Canto, near the city of Meda. It was created with the mission of transforming and boosting the production of the vines that began to be planted in the 80’s by Horácio Lourenço, after his return from Angola. His passion for wine led him to develop his heritage. The concept of “Quinta” does not apply to the 45 existing Hectares due to their different locations, Poço do Canto, Vale da Teja and Pocinho. The disadvantage of the higher cost of production is balanced by the greater diversity allowing to take full advantage of all the properties with altitudes ranging from 180m to 700m. The soils are Schist in the lower areas and Schist/Granite in the higher areas. The differences in climate, location, altitude and soil, combined with the same grape varieties planted in different territories, allow the creation of distinct wines avoiding the common standardization. From 2006 Jorge Lourenço creates VINILOURE with the precious help of his father Horácio Lourenço.