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The 100 Hectares White Wine "Colheita" is made from grapes coming from Quinta do Couraceiro. Here the vineyards are set up between 400 and 550 meters above sea level, in the freshness of the Serra de São Domingos located on Valdigam, more specifically in Lamego.


The grapes are selected in the cut and transported directly to the cellar in 20kg boxes. There the vinification process starts, the fermentation happens in inox cubes with controlled temperature.


The 100 Hectares wines, a name that has its origin in the total area that belongs to the brothers André Brás and Filipe Brás. These wines are family wines and are produced with the daily hard work of those who want to obtain excellence. This family owns an enormous passion for the Douro region- it can be seen in the investments that are made to buy or renovate lands in that region. The lands are the origin of its wines, they are made exclusively with grapes coming from its lands, something that is the center of the family production philosophy because its duty on passing the legacy from generation to generation is a deep-rooted feeling since the 1970s. Their philosophy is "The land was not given to us by our parents, but borowed by our children" (In Portuguese “A terra não nos foi doada pelos nossos pais, mas emprestada pelos nossos filhos”).

Enjoy true liquid grape nectars.

75cl x 6 100 Hectares White Wine "Colheita"

  • REGION: Douro

    ENOLOGIA: Francisco Montenegro

    WINE GROWING: André Brás and Filipe Brás

    GRAPE VARIETIES: Arinto, Côdega do Larinho, Folgazão, Gouveio, Rabigato, Viosinho

    ALCOHOL: 13,5% vol.

    TOTAL ACIDITY: 5,1g/l of tartaric acid

    pH: 3,44


    TASTE NOTE: This wine has a citrine colour and a floral aroma with mineral touches, with harmony and equilibrium of the mouth, it presents itself absorbing and fresh and with excellent persistence in the end.


    HARMONIZATION: Ideal to be served with any salad, seafood, grilled fish, sushi, or soft or buttery cheeses.

  • This product has included a 13% VAT rate.

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