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Wine & Soul Manoella Douro Branco 2019

The Wine & Soul Manoella Branco is a white wine 'field-blend' sourced from a 50+ year old vineyard planted with Gouveio, Viosinho, Rabigato and Códega do Larinho on a north facing slope of granitic soil. All grapes are rigorously selected and de-stemmed before been pressed on a pneumatic press and fermented in stainless steel tanks after which the wine was aged 'sur-lie' for a further 6 months. The resulting wine displays fresh orchard fruit, laced with citrus, flowers and minerals. Driven and pure with real focus and a richness derived from the extended lees contact this is a lovely wine of great harmony and poise.

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Wine & Soul
Porto & Douro
White Wine
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The Producer Wine & Soul | Douro Valley

Wine & Soul Winery Douro Valley Portugal

Wine & Soul is located in the heart of the Douro Valley, Portugal’s best-known wine region, and spans several picturesque vineyards. The winery was founded nearly 10 years ago by Jorge Serôdio Borges and his wife Sandra...

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The Region Portugal | Porto & Douro

Traditional boats in Oporto, Portugal

Long famous as the source of port wine, the Douro is now also renowned for its fine, rich unfortified wines, both red and white. The Douro is one of the wildest, most mountainous and rugged wine regions of Portugal, cut through in deep twists...

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The Primary Grape Wine By Grape Variety | Other Varieties

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