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Aveleda Vinho Verde 75cl

The most authentic expression of the Vinho Verde Wine Region comes to life in the form of a juicy and crispy white wine to enjoy anytime, anywhere.
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Nome do atributo Valor do atributo
Region Vinho Verde
Allergen Information Contains Sulphites 
Size 75cl
Food Match Chicken or vegetable curry. Grilled white fish and vegetables.
Grape Variety Loureiro, Arinto, Trajadura and Fernão Pires
Style Dry White Wine
Tasting Notes Clear pale yellow, this wine is extremely elegant, with a crisp and fruity bouquet marked by notes of green apple and lime. Slightly fizzy, with a vibrant minerality and refreshing notes of citrus fruits, this wine is extremely versatile, perfect to pair with the simplest moments of life.
Alcohol Percentage 9.5%
Especificações dos produtos
Nome do atributo Valor do atributo
Region Vinho Verde
Allergen Information Contains Sulphites 
Size 75cl
Food Match Chicken or vegetable curry. Grilled white fish and vegetables.
Grape Variety Loureiro, Arinto, Trajadura and Fernão Pires
Style Dry White Wine
Tasting Notes Clear pale yellow, this wine is extremely elegant, with a crisp and fruity bouquet marked by notes of green apple and lime. Slightly fizzy, with a vibrant minerality and refreshing notes of citrus fruits, this wine is extremely versatile, perfect to pair with the simplest moments of life.
Alcohol Percentage 9.5%
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The wine Convento da Vila emerged as a tribute to Servas Convent, located in Borba, one of the most admirable monuments of the town’s historic zone. Friar Agostinho de Santa Maria tells us that according to a very ancient legend, the Virgin Mary appeared before a potter’s daughter and revealed that a treasure was to be found on the current site of the Convento da Vila. This fourteenth century church was under the care of a sisterhood of women called the Servas de Nossa Senhora, the same sisterhood that set up a convent in 1598, whose first stone was laid in 1604, under the patronage of the Duke of Bragança, D. Teodósio II. The first nuns took their vows in 1645, having come from Convento das Chagas de Vila Viçosa. Apparently, the architect responsible for the construction of this monument was paid for his work in wine.
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