There is a place where the Douro and Beira regions meet in Portugal, called the Távora-Varosa wine region.
Here excellent climatic and geological conditions come together, conducive to the genesis of the most intense flavors and aromas. The result is superior quality wines, the basis of the best Portuguese sparkling wines.
This land also the birthplace of Murganheira wines, always associated with the highest quality standards.
This dry white wine was made from the Malvasia Fina, Cerceal and Gouveio Real grape varieties, in the vintage of 2006!
This deep gold-colored wine presents aromas of citrus and white fruits, such as lemon, tangerine, apple and peach on the nose, with white blossom and strong vanilla notes.
On the palate, a beautiful blend of fruity flavors with the intense sweetness of the native grapes, showing a fine balance between strong acidity and intense sweetness.
A dry, 14-years-old wine with a smooth but persistent finish.
A good surprise from a winery generally known for its sparkling wines.
Excellent as an aperitif, or ideal to accompany delicate fish and seafood dishes.
Serve at a temperature of 10-12 °C.