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White Wine
Quanta Terra
Grande Reserva 2017, 75cl
Douro

22,49
approx. £20.04

 13%

 Good ageing

 Serve at 10º-12º

 

O Produtor, tasting note published in June 21st 2018

Wine with expressive aromas, notes of orchard fruit, non-excessive smoky touches and vanilla. The wine, in the mouth, is intense, with good structure and balanced between fruit and wood, which gives it a good acidity and a persistent and elegant finish.

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Quanta Terra

Limited to existing stock. If the wine you have purchased runs out of stock, we will contact you to suggest a different wine, or to return the amount paid.
Wine promotions cannot be combined with other discounts or coupons. Wine created from the Viosinho and Gouveio varieties. It aged for 18 months in French oak barrels. This white reserve has sparked interest in international criticism. With expressive aromas, notes of orchard fruit, non-excessive smoky touches and vanilla. The wine in the mouth is intense, with good structure and balanced between fruit and wood, which gives it a good acidity and a persistent and elegant finish. It also reveals great aging capacity, citing renowned critic Roger Voss, an “impressive wine that can be expected to be drunk in 2016”. The Quanta Terra project is the responsibility of winemakers Celso Pereira and Jorge Alves, both residents of the Douro Demarcated Region.

Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 102061

Quanta Terra - Sociedade De Vinhos, Lda.

Both Celso Pereira and Jorge Alves could have the nickname ‘Quanta Terra’, if not for themselves the personification of the wine brand that this year completes its first 20 years of existence.
More than walking on the back of a ravaged passion of each of those responsible, Quanta Terra began to take its first steps (and without knowing it) in the far 90’s, where the two main actors met while collaborating in the Enology Department at the Transmontana Cellars.
They quickly developed a professional complicity that would allow them to create a solid basis for Quanta Terra, which at the time was just a mirage – or a sketch in a paper notebook, choose the reader the analogy that pleases him the most in the context.

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