Made from grapes coming from old vines at Quinta do Crasto averaging around 70 years of age, Quinta do Crasto Reserva Old Vines is an authentic blend of the best that the Douro has to offer. It has built a solid national and international reputation due to its excellent price/quality ratio and to the ample number of bottles available on the market. Quinta do Crasto has 40 hectares of old vines divided amongst 42 vineyard lots, the most famous of which are the Vinha da Ponte and Vinha Maria Teresa. Each of these plots of old vines is planted in dozens of mixed varieties and produces, on average, 3,000 litres/hectare. The yield, of course, varies from year to year according to the decisions of the winemaking team as they craft the full range of wines made from these old vines, including the varietals. Given the productive restraints, the number of Quinta do Crasto Reserva Old Vines bottles varies significantly but it ranges from 80,000 to 90,000 annually. The low yield of these old vines, together with the 18 months that the wine ages in French and American oak barrels in the temperature-controlled Barrel Cellar, makes Quinta do Crasto Reserva Old Vines a complex and concentrated wine.
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
Southern Rhône Valley, North of Avignon. The vineyards cover the village of Châteauneuf-du-Pape and 4 neighboring villages.
Colomé “Auténtico” is a tribute to the pioneers who planted the vineyards and opened the winery in 1831. Since then, the vineyards at Bodega Colomé have been grown with sustainable farming practices to achieve the “authentic” expression of the terroir. Higher altitudes offer more sun, less UV protection and produce a thicker skinned grape that delivers a more robust taste with fresh acidity to support it. We believe the natural expression of the soil is captured in these wines.
Savigny-lès-Beaune is a wine-growing village located along the northern border of Beaune. It is one of the most important villages of the Côte d'Or, with nearly 350 ha of production, 306 ha of which are Pinot Noir. The appellation is composed of 22 areas classified as Premiers Crus over 140 ha. The vineyard enjoys different exposures: southerly, south-easterly, easterly, and north-easterly, at altitudes between 220 and 360 m above sea level. The limestone soil is light, filled with stones and not very fertile.
Situated 20 km 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 four meters clay layer has a Mediterranean climate.
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.