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Low Stock Lobo e Falcão Branco 2023

Lobo e Falcão Branco 2023

Item Code: 2235523

Description

Wine Spectator’s Matt Kramer called Portugal “the most exciting wine place on the planet today”. With good reason. This is a vibrantly fresh and peachy white with a hint of creamy spice from an impressive winery.



We've won multiple awards for our Portuguese wines and it's wines like this and customer enthusiasm that keeps us going back for more. It's from a grand estate dating back to the 17th century which once served as the King of Portugal’s falconry. Lobo e Falcão (Wolf and Falcon) is a tribute to the owner's José Lobo de Vasconcelos’ ancestors, who founded the estate.

The wine’s a blend of native grapes Fernão Pires, Alvarinho and Muscat, which thrive in the property’s sandy soils and ripen to perfection under the Portuguese sun. You’ll love its aromas of juicy, ripe peach and orange blossom, with rich, bright flavours of stone fruit, spice and grapey freshness. Opulent and aromatic, this is a top pick solo or with creamy chicken or a risotto.

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RRP HK$169.00
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Low Stock Amoras Branco Lisboa (250ml) 2017

Amoras Branco Lisboa (250ml) 2017

Item Code: 3304217

Description

For quality, value and character, Portugal’s wines are hard to beat. From the country’s most awarded cellar and using native grapes, this is a brilliantly refreshing glassful. In a handy size, too.



Amoras comprises star local grapes – Fernão Pires for weight and spice, Arinto for crisp, citrus fruit, Vital and Moscatel for aromatic, grapey character.

Style wise, it’s a great wine for, say, Pinot Grigio lovers wanting to branch out.

Portugal has a fascinating array of these indigenous grapes and they are finally getting the attention they deserve, thanks to a new generation of winemakers in charge of modern cellars.

Amoras is from an estate north of Lisbon, owned for several generations now by the da Silva family.

The soils, slopes and climate – ocean breezes combined with long sunny days – make this an ideal area for grape growing.

Chill the wine and enjoy by itself or with seafood, salad or sushi, and raise a glass to Portugal.

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RRP HK$50.00
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