White Wine Pé da Serra
Entry-level wine from the region of Alcobaça in Portugal. It is one of the most identifying white wine from the region.
White wine elaborated from a batch of traditional varieties of the region, through the process of "Bica Aberta" or fermentation off skins.
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures (18ºC).
Portuguese White Wine
Total acidity: 6.4
Grape Varieties: Fernão Pires, Seara Nova, Vital, Arinto and Bical.
White wine with citric and golden color.
Wine with tropical fruits aroma.
In the palate it’s a white wine very fresh, fruity with pleasant finish.
Ideal to pair with salads and fish dishes.
The process “Bica Aberta”
The wine is produced through fermentation off skins, peeled and slightly smashed grapes are used.
The juice run down and taken to fermentation tanks. Fermentation off skins (solid parts are not used in the winemaking process).
The act of separating the must from the solid part is characteristic of white wines and is called fermentation off skins.
- 6 Bottles