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Quinta da Lagoalva de Cima S.A.

White wine 2005 Ribatejana VR Talhão 1, Tejo, Portugal

Type: White wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 12.5%
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Registration number : #QLC-L-056106

Wine Review Report :

Last reviewed: 21 June, 2006

Old name for the IGP area for local wines in the Portuguese region of Tejo (formerly Ribatejo), which has been renamed to Tejo since the 2009 vintage.

The white grape variety comes from Portugal. Synonyms are Camarate, Fernam Pires, Fernan Piriz, Fernão Pirão, Fernão Pires de Beco, Gaeiro, Gaieiro, Maria Gomes (second main name), Molinha, Molinho, Torrontés (see there). It must not be confused with the varieties Bical (Fernão Pires Galego), Camarate, Fernão Pires de Colares (no longer cultivated) or Trebbiano Toscano, despite the fact that synonyms or morphological similarities seem to indicate this. There is also a colour mutation with pink berries called Fernão Pires Rosado.

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