Portuguese wine made from the combination of the Loureiro and Trajadura grape varieties. It is a subtle, light (9.5%), semi-sweet wine with fresh, citrus and floral aromas. You can taste southern fruit in the mouth with a noticeable, refreshing sparkling on the tongue. Recommended as an aperitif, with white meats with fruit or white desserts.
Vinho Verde (literally from port. Green wine) - Portuguese wine from the Minho region in the northwest of the country is also a wine region in which it is produced. The name refers to the wine's youthfulness and freshness, not to the color. The appeal produces red, white and small-scale rosé wines.
The Quinta de Curvos vineyards are situated in a valley influenced by the River Neiva in the Vinho Verde region. They are heavily influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, while enjoying the benefits of granite soils and generous sun exposure. All this builds the unique character of the wines produced there.
Concern for the environment is more than an attitude, it is a practice of Quinta de Curvos that places great emphasis on balancing the biodiversity of the vineyard ecosystem. Grapevines are grown according to the Integrated Protection Plan to maintain the balance of agricultural ecosystems. Therefore, during the dormant period, the vines, tractors and herbicides are replaced by sheep, reducing the negative impact on the environment.