Monólogo Avesso P67 2015

White Wine | Vinho Verde DOC | 13.5% VOL

Monólogo Avesso P67 is a monovarietal wine produced with grapes from Quinta de Santa Teresa. Relying on sustainable farming practices this estate is now in the process of conversion to organic farming. It’s a wine with great aromatic expression and elegance.

The 2014 winter and the first quarter of 2015 had rainfall capable of replenishing the water table soil. The second and third quarters had little precipitation. The temperatures were higher than the annual average for the region. Budburst appeared as usual followed by flowering. Moisture levels did not favour the development of diseases. Summer followed the trend of no rain, but maximum temperatures were below average. The dry and luminous weather of the second quarter, with acceptable levels of moisture in the soil, put ahead the maturation of the varietals for about 3 weeks.

Between the 13th and 16th of September strong rainfall led to the suspension of the harvest. The dry and not excessively hot weather that followed allowed for the development of aromatic composts well evident in the in the winemaking with grapes harvested after these dates. The harvest took place on the 28th of September, anticipated due to an accentuated maturation with bunches of exceptional concentration of colour and flavour. 2015 will probably be a memorable year in the region.

Share

Tech Sheet

Grape Varieties

Grape variety Avesso
Avesso

A high quality white grape variety that leads to full bodied aromatic and flavorful Portuguese white wines. This varietal can result in wines with citrus and tree fruit aromas along with subtle hints of tropical fruit. Avesso has medium-sized bunches with large yellow and green berries. High-yielding and rustic, this grape is planted primarily in Baião, in the vinho verde region of Portugal.

Bottle of Avesso

Features (Tech Data)

sustainable-agriculture.png
Sustainable farming
manual-selection.png
Manual Selection
minimal-intervention.png
Minimal Intervention
vegan.png
Vegan
best-served.png
Best Served from 10-12 °C