White Wine
Arinto Magnum 2019, 1,5l

approx. £35.57



 Serve at 10º-12º

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18/20  Revista de Vinhos


O Produtor, tasting note published in July 12th 1905

Elegant and complex nose with dominance of mineral notes of chalk, white flowers, beeswax and citrus. A few hints of spices like nutmeg and coriander seed. Mouth of great structure, texture and freshness with a very long but very involved acidity.

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This wine is born from two small vineyards in the Bucelas valley. A floodplain vineyard in a very cold area on deep clay-limestone soils and another vineyard on a more calcareous and sunny slope. It is a raw approach to the unique “terroir” of this region, focusing on artisanal winemaking, devoid of technology and seeking the purest expression of Arinto de Bucelas.

It was a year with a warm winter but with a cool late spring and summer, which allowed for slow maturation and excellent levels of natural acidity and aromatic elegance. These grapes were harvested by hand in mid-September and the result is a wine full of complexity, texture and freshness.

Winemaker: Nuno Mira do Ó

Cold, windy and humid autumn and winter
of the. mild spring and hot summer, with
fresh and moist skins

Clay-limestone with marls.

Pressing with stems in a press
open, slight decantation and long fermentation
80% in vats and 20% in old barrels.

10 months on fermentation lees. Bottled in July 2021 and aging in the bottle ever since.

Analytical Characterization
pH: 2.92
Total acidity: 7.1 g/l
Volatile acidity: 0.36 g/l
Residual sugar: 1.6 g/l

It has the potential to age in the bottle.
Keep the bottles lying down in a cool place

Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 106590

Mira do Ó

Old vines, century-old vines, hillside vines, lowland vines, clay or stony vines, all produce different wines.
It has been our mission to interpret all the differences that exist in the vines and transpose them into the different wines. Our major focus is on old vines of Baga, in the case of the reds, and Bical in the case of the whites, although in some vineyards there are blends with other local grape varieties.
The oenology is minimalist in terms of intervention but quite differentiated and adapted to each of the different vineyards, i.e., the different plots also have a different approach in the winery in order to better reveal what we believe to be their purest expression.
We want wines that are tense, fresh and complex, with a great connection to the terroir and a unique personality and that, fundamentally, will give us pleasure for many years.


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