Quinta do Vale Meao
HARD FACTSWINE NAME: Meandro PRODUCER: Quinta do Vale Meao APPELLATION: Duoro FERMENTATION TANKS: Lagares and Stainless steel YEASTS: Native MACERATION: 30 days MALOLACTIC: Done in tank AGED IN: French Barriques, 2-4 years old AGED FOR: 18 months CLARIFICATION/FILTRATION: Clarified with egg whites, no filtration ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14 TOTAL PRODUCTION: 130.000 ALTITUDE: 100-400 metres above sea level SOIL: Granite, gravel and schist YEAR PLANTED: 1970-2007 DENSITY: Ca 5000 vines per hectare YIELD: 1 kg/vine VOLUME: 75 cl
BOTTLES PER PACKAGE: 6 PACKAGING TYPE: Carton BOTTLE SEALING: Natural cork
Few wines, from anywhere, offer the same precision, year in and year out. Indigenous varieties and classic upbringing in French oak barrels create the perfect mixture of the Upper Duoro and the rest of the World. Very hard to beat Q/P-Ratio!
The Wine’s Story
Meandro is the second wine of this pedigree estate, located in the Upper Duoro. Younger vines and used oak barrels are used in this accessible yet age-worthy version. Rarely do we/you came across wines with a better ratio in terms of quality and price. This wine offer so much Brix Wine identity! Don’t miss it.