White Wine
Herdade das Servas
Reserve 2021, 75cl
Regional Alentejano

approx. £18.00



 Serve at 12°-14°


O Produtor, tasting note published in January 5th 2023

A clear wine with a straw color, aromas of peach, lime, lemon, and tangerine with barrel toast notes. Fresh, creamy, and structured, with citrus notes, barrel toast, and a persistent finish.

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Herdade das Servas

Viticulture: Vineyards planted in red soils derived from brown or crystalline limestones, with spots of shale, benefiting from a Mediterranean climate with high thermal amplitudes and hot, dry summers. After necessary green interventions during the vegetative cycle, the grapes were hand-picked and transported to the winery in small crates.

Winemaking: After destemming and crushing, the grapes are pressed in a pneumatic press with oxidation protection. Static decantation for 48 hours and alcoholic fermentation in French oak barrels.

Aging: After alcoholic fermentation, the wine aged for 9 months in French oak barrels with regular batonnage. After bottling, it rested in the bottle for 6 months in our cellar.

Longevity: Between 6 to 10 years, if kept in a cool, dark place with the bottle lying down.

A wine for special moments that pairs very well with oven-roasted fish, white meats, cheeses, and cured meats.

Winemaking: Luís Serrano Mira.
Viticulture: Carlos Serrano Mira.

Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 107340

Serrano Mira

Serrano Mira is the surname resulting from the union of two families who have been producing wine in Alentejo for 13 generations. Serrano Mira is also the name of the wine group led by Luis Serrano Mira, which includes the Alentejo estate Herdade das Servas and Casa da Tapada in the Vinhos Verdes region.

Luis Serrano Mira was born into a family of producers with a strong connection to rural property and wine. He grew up observing their practices and proudly paying attention to the teachings passed down by great-grandparents, grandparents, and parents. From an early age, he became aware that nothing is achieved without hard work and sacrifice. He believes that dedication and commitment are key factors for the quality and consistency of a project, reaching their highest potential when there is a symbiosis between inherited knowledge and innovations introduced in the present. He considers this to be the mark of his time and the legacy he is leaving for future generations.

The Serrano Mira family’s connection to this universe dates back to the year 1667, as evidenced by two amphorae that have been passed down from generation to generation. This heritage, upon reaching the hands of Luis Serrano Mira, inspired him to conduct an exhaustive historical survey, portrayed and documented in the book “The History of Vine and Wine in Alentejo – Legacy of a Family Producing Since 1667.” These two wine vessels have eight-pointed stars engraved on them, now used in the Serrano Mira logo, symbolizing good fortune, regeneration, abundance, and protection of crops, as well as truth and hope.

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