Conciso Branco Dão


With the Conciso Branco, Niepoort have once again succeeded in creating a fresh and elegant white wine from the Dão region which shows off the potential of its old vines and granite terroir. The grapes come from the Quinta da Lomba, which has exceptionally old vineyards, with some vines being almost a century old with average altitude of 80 meters above sea level. These sites are planted predominantly with Bical, Encruzado and Malvasia, among other indigenous grape varieties of the region.

Suggested dishes featuring cod and other oily fish. Pairs well with local sausages and is a great accompaniment for cheese from the “Serra da Estrela” or other buttery creamy cheeses.


Tasting Notes from Pinto Wines

Colour Beautiful lemon colour
Nose Mineral undertone harmonising perfectly with the notes of white blossoms, honey and aromatic herb
Palate Good body on the palate as well as beautiful acidity which balances out the unctuous character typical of the Encruzado and Malvasia Fina grape varieties. A complex wine such as this needs a little bit of time in the glass to fully open up. The finish is very long, delicate and refreshing

Fact Sheet

Size 75 cl
Grape Variety Bical, Malvasia and Encruzado
Alcohol % 12.4%
Style Complex white
Estate/Producer Niepoort-Quinta Da Lomba
Country Portugal
Region Dão
Vintage 2019
Vinification Fermented in granite tanks under controlled temperatures, and was then transferred to older 500L barrels where it completed its malolactic fermentation and matured for 20 months, without bâtonnage
Closure Natural Cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential Some ageing potential. Our educated guess is 10 years


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