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Quinta Maria Izabel

White wine 2018 Douro DOC "M.I.", Douro, Portugal

Type: White wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 12.5%
Price: 11.90 €
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Maturing: Steel
Registration number : #QMI-LVB18

Wine Review Report :

Last reviewed: 15 May, 2020

The Portuguese wine-growing region is named after the 900-kilometre-long river of the same name, on whose often very steep slopes with extreme inclination the vineyards are located. The river has its source in the Spanish province of Soria(Castilla y León), flows through northern Spain as the "Duero" and then through northern Portugal as the "Douro" until it finally flows into the Atlantic Ocean at the city of Porto. The river forms the Portuguese-Spanish border for more than 100 kilometres, after which the port wine region extends into Portugal for the same length of time.

Portwein - Karte und Weinberge

As early as 1756, under the...

The white grape variety comes from Portugal. After its second main name, Arinto de Bucelas, it probably originates from this area around Lisbon. Others are Assario Branco, Arintho, Arinto Cercial, Arinto d'Anadia, Arinto Galego, Arintho, Azal Espanhol, Boal Cachudo, Chapeludo, Pedernã, Terrantez da Terceira and Torrontés. The parentage (parenthood) is unknown. The vine must not be confused with the varieties Arinto de Colares, Bical (Arinto de Alcobaça), Dorinto (Arinto do Douro), Folgasão, Terrantez da Terceira, Loureiro (Arinto Branco), Malvasia...

Synonym for the vine varieties Cerceal Branco and Sercial (also Cerceal de Jaes); see there

The white grape variety comes from Portugal. Synonyms are Veozinho Verdeal and Viozinho. According to DNA analyses carried out in 2006, there is a genetic relationship with the Lado, Tinta Francisca and Tinto Cão varieties. It is a very old variety, but its parentage is unknown (status 2014). The early-ripening vine is moderately susceptible to both mildew and botrytis. It produces aromatic, acidic white wines with storage potential, also known as "Portuguese Sauvignon Blanc". The variety is mainly grown in the Douro, Península de Setúbal,...
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