A unique blend of old-vine Spanish varieties with younger French vines, this wine possesses an amaranthine color and intriguing aromas of ripe forest berries, lavender, anise seed and cedar
Quinta do Crasto Colheita is an old Tawny produced from a single year with grapes coming exclusively from the oldest vineyards of Quinta do Crasto. It ages in oak casks from the harvest year until it is bottled. This wine is a tribute from the 4th generation of the family to Fernando Moreira d’Almeida, son of the famous Port producer Constantino de Almeida, reflecting his wisdom in the elaboration of Port wines of excellence.
Deep ruby red color. The nose, unmistakable and elegant, expresses the complexity of floral aromas and ripe red fruit, liquorice, vanilla, and chocolate. The palate is full and rich with soft, velvety tannins. The finish is generously persistent. This blend offers the most authentic expression of the terroir of Brolio.
Situated 20km North East from Montpellier, Puech- soils spread out on 250 ha between 50 and 150 m height. This terroir made of round pebbles on top of a 4 meters clay layer has a Mediterranean climate.
Established in january 1938, the Protected Designation of Origin Chablis is located nearby Auxerre, along the river with a predestined name "Le Serein". The continental climate, hot in summer, cold in winter, with strong frosts in spring - associated with a limestone and marly soil, makes the Chablis with a stunning quality. The rock contains deposits of tiny fossilised oyster shells. Regarding the Premier Cru, the particularity is that they are produced on either side of the Serein river (left bank and right bank). The most famous Climats are those on the right bank.
These vineyards cover the hilly slopes of Aloxe-Corton and Savigny-lès-Beaune. There are only four Premier Crus Pinot Noirs: “Les Fichots”, “En Caradeux”, “Creux de la Net”, “Iles des Hautes et Basses Vergelesses”.
Beaune is the capital of the wine-producing region of Burgundy, as well as the most extensive communal AOC appellation in the Côte d'Or. Red wine production covers an area of 362.74 ha, including 281.49 ha of Premiers Crus, while white wines cover 48.96 ha, including 36.06 ha of Premiers Crus. Most of the vineyards are located on steep slopes, with the Beaune appellation vineyards at the bottom, facing East to South, where the soil is a mixture of limestone and clay.
The bouquet displays apricot and peach aroma as well as floral notes. At the palate the taste shows caramel and honey notes
This wine is rich in velvety dark fruit and soft oak, but also exhibits nuances of Mediterranean herbs and flowers