Atuar White Blend 2020
- Fresh, juicy
Portugal is famous for their reds and fortified wines, but where the value and excitement lies (IMHO) is the whites. There’s the arinto variety, fresh Vinho Verde and in this case a blend, made of 65% loureiro and 35% arinto. The wine is full of fruit, light on its feet and just begging to be drunk with seafood. Both local grapes, they combine to make a floral, citric and very yummy drop. I’m thinking grilled calamari, sardines on toast or vine-leaf-wrapped garfish. YUM!
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- Alcohol by Vol.
- Bottle Vol
- Blend Info
- 65% Loureiro 35% Arinto
- Serving Temp.
Like France and Champagne, Portugal is synonymous with port. In fact, only fortified wines produced in Portugal are worth of the official title of 'port' or 'Porto'. In 1756, the Douro Valley was classed as the only area in the whole world that could officially make port, making it the oldest regulated wine in the world. Spain may be a big player in the red game, but don't forget about their Southern neighbour – those mofos know their way around a vino.