Monsaraz Sparkling

Technical Information


Grape varieties: Arinto and Perrum

Soils: Predominantly deriving from eruptive rocks highlighting the Quartz Diorites, some hints of derivatives of Schist and a slight hint with soils deriving from Ranas.


Tasting Notes

Colour: Wine which is limpid in appearance with a fine, persistent bubble, straw yellow colour.
Aroma: Fruity aroma (citrine and tropical)
Palate: With good acidity, volume and persistence in the mouth.

Ageing and Consumption: The bottles shall be laid down with the wine in contact with the cork in a cool place (around 12ºC-15ºC) with some humidity (75% of relative humidity). These conditions shall be kept constant throughout the year.
This wine should be drunk immediately, or if you prefer, you can let it age for up to 3 years. 

Gastronomy: It may be served as an aperitif and is a good accompaniment to white meats, fish, seafood, fresh cheese and various types of dessert. It shall be drunk at a temperature of 8º-10ºC



Alcohol level: 13% vol.
Total acidity: 6,4 g/l
pH: 3.15
Volatile acidity: 0,4 g/l


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