Convés Branco Alentejo


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Since 2011 Herdad da Lisboa(name of the Qunta), has been the place of the Cardoso Family in Vidigueira, in the Baixo Alentejo sub-region. A place where the modernity of the winery intersects with the tradition of the Alentejo cellars and where the diversity of viticulture is added to the permanent evolution of oenology.

The Serra do Mendro, located to the north of Vidigueira, creates a natural barrier that favors the retention of fresh winds from the Atlantic Ocean, causing greater rainfall and large thermal amplitudes. Cold mornings and nights and hot days promote a balanced maturation of the grapes, preserving their freshness and natural acidity. The gentle slopes and elevations of the landscape, as well as the clay-schist soils bring minerality, freshness and diversity to the wines of Herdade da Lisboa.

The approximately 100 hectares of vineyards at Herdade da Lisboa express the producer’s deep respect for nature, integrating several sustainable practices, which allow optimizing the consumption of essential resources, such as water and energy. Natural grass, mechanical weed cutting to avoid the use of herbicides, close surveillance of pests, use of solar panels, its own weather station and probes for measuring soil humidity and temperature are some of the techniques and equipment used.

It goes very well with fish and seafood dishes, salads or Asian dishes.

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Tasting Notes from Pinto Wines

Colour Pale straw with green hues
Nose Tropical nose
Palate Fresh and floral

Fact Sheet

Size 75 cl
Grape Variety Arinto, Antao Vaz & Roupeiro
Alcohol % 12.5%
Style Fresh % slightly fruit white
Estate/Producer Herdade de Lisboa, Familia Cardoso
Country Portugal
Region Alentejo
Vintage 2021
Vinification Hand havested. Each grape is fermented individually in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature, before making the final blend
Closure Natural Cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential Drink within 5 years after harvest


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