Portuguese wine made from Gewurztraminer grape, fermented in sediment for 17 days. It has an intense lemon color. We can sense citrus, tropical and mineral scents in it. It is creamy on the palate with a long, lingering finish.
It will go great with foie gras or intense, aged cheeses. They should be served at 8 degrees.
Located in Póvoa de Santarém on the northern bank of the Tejo River, Quinta da Ribeirinha has been a family business for over three generations.
The 95-hectare estate is located in the heart of the Bairro area in the Tejo region and consists of 60 hectares of vineyards planted with native Portuguese and international varieties. Limestone clay soils and south-facing vineyards receive optimal benefits from viticulture in a warm continental climate, complemented by the influence of the Atlantic Ocean. The Candido family's thoughtful approach to wine production combines the best of modern traditional practices, focusing on the purest manifestations of terroir and vintage. The family's commitment to the Tejo region is demonstrated in each glass of Quinta da Ribeirnha wine.