Doravante Bairrada Branco


Excellent alternative for Burgundy 1er cru’s or Villages.

This wine was born from Arinto vines around 30 years old and very old vines from Bical and Cercial. It is a different approach to these grapes and to the expression of the clay-limestone soils and the Atlantic climate of the region. The 2018 harvest turns the page to a more complex and creamy profile but with the lightness and freshness of always.

The producer Nuno Mira do Ó is passionate about authentic wines that are able to translate the “terroir” where they come from, made with indigenous grape varieties, with minimal intervention and respect for nature, with the potential to age and especially that provide pleasure to those who drink them

Excellent to accompany soft cheeses, cod, octopus and white meats.


Tasting Notes from Pinto Wines

Nose Deep minerality in the nose with notes of chipped stone and gunpowder. Beautiful citrus notes surrounded by suggestions of butter and spices to add complexity
Palate very creamy but very fresh and light. Great texture and very long finish.

Fact Sheet

Size 75 cl
Grape Variety Arinto (80%), Bical and Cercial (20%)
Alcohol % 12.50&
Style Burgundy Villages to 1er Cru style white
Estate/Producer Mira Do Ó by Nuno Mira
Country Portugal
Region Bairrada
Vintage 2021
Vinification  Pressing of the whole bunch, fermentation with indigenous yeasts. Bical and Cercial ferment in used barrels and Arinto in vats. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation followed by 12 months in lees
Closure Natual Cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential If stored properly this wine can age


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