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Tilleira Ribeiro

DO Ribeiro (Treixadura, Torrontes, Albariño blend) Tilleira is made using grapes from the Traveselas vineyard. This vineyard belonged to Pazos de Ulloa until recently, and is currently owned by Juan Miguez Montero, the oenologist. This vineyard contains only endemic grape varietals such as Treixadura, Torrontes and Albariño. Characteristic of a young white wine, Tilleira has a fruity, floral aroma. On the palate it is intense and fresh, with balanced acidity. The finish shows good persistence. Pairs well with fish, seafood and pasta dishes..
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Adega Cooperativa Ponte de Lima

Ponte Branco Vinho Verde (Loureiro, Trajadura blend) Ponte de Lima was founded in 1959. The winery takes its name from the bridge at the crossroads of Conde de Bertiandos in the town of Ponte de Lima – Portugal’s most ancient city. The cooperative, composed of over 2,000 local producers, is the largest contributor to the Ponte de Lima’s economy. In 1998 the cooperative received certification from APCER to produce wines that can be legally denominated as Vinhos Verdes, as part of the special administrative region. Lima is one of the 9 administrative sub-regions of the Vinho Verde region in the northeast of Portugal. It is blessed with a perfect climate with which to create varied, fruity and fresh wines..
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DO Ribeiro

Bodega Vitivinicola del Ribeiro Ribeiro DO (Denominación de Origen) is a wine region within the Galiciaautonomous region of Spain. It is located between the famous Rias Baixasto the west and Ribeira Sacra to the east. The Ribeiro DO title was official established in 1957, and is governed by the local Consejo Regulador(wine-regulating authority). Winemaking has long been important to Ribeiro – the Romans introduced the tradition in ancient times and Cistercian monks acted as custodians throughout the Middle Ages. Since early times, wine has been the region’s primary source of income and employment. Four rivers – the Barbatino, Avia, Arnoia and Miño – converge here, and vineyards line the river valley floors and terraces cling to the steep hillsides. The maritime influence of the Atlantic Ocean is evident in Ribeiro, with relatively high rainfall and humidity, although its inland location shelters it from the brunt of Atlantic storms. It is also.
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DO Rias Baixas

Adega Cooperativa Ponte da Barca  (Ponte da Barca) Bodegas Marques de Vizhoja  (Arbo, Pontevedra) Bodegas Chaves  (Pontevedra) Vinigalicia (Lugo) The whites wines of the Denomination of Origin Rías Baixas are dry, with a sharp flavour, floral and intensely fruity, with a very fine and long aftertaste. Monovarietal wines like “Albariño” are straw yellow in colour, bright with golden and green iridescence. They have a pleasantly impressive fine and distinguished floral and fruity aroma, medium intensity and a powerful half-length lingering. They are fresh and smooth on the palate, with sufficient body and alcohol, a balanced acidity, and broad harmonious nuances. Their aftertaste is pleasant, elegant and complete. The “Rosal” and “Condado do Tea” wines are customised with the “Loureira” and “Treixadura” varieties in their respective.       Climate Near the limit of vine growth, the Rías Baixas Denomination of Origin is fully integrated into the vast Atlantic region whose.
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