Deu Pinote 2019

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A super light and refreshing red! All of the varietals are fermented in stainless steel other than the Arinto grape, which is fermented in concrete. Ground chestnut flowers are used in fermentation to help stabilize the procedure. Great slightly chilled!

 

Tons of bright red fruit and floral such as violets.

ABV:

  • 11.5%

Vintage:

  • 2019

Type:

  • Red

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Pairings

Fish, Asian Food, Grilled Vegetables

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Varietal

Arinto, Alvarelhão, Vinhão

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Adventure Level

Middle of the Road

Region

Vinho Verde, Portugal

The Producer

About Bojo do Luar

The Bojo do Luar project was born from Savio's encounter with Fernando Paiva during a trip to the Vinho Verde region. Paiva, a pioneering biodynamic producer, sparked Savio's interest with his innovative techniques, such as incorporating ground chestnut flowers into the grapes and must before fermentation, and ceasing the use of SO2 since 2017. As a regional leader in non-interventionist winemaking, Paiva's influence extended to introducing Savio to Antonio Sousa, another biodynamic viticulturist who embraced traditional winemaking methods.

About the Region

Vinho Verde, Portugal


Natural wine production in Vinho Verde, Portugal, celebrates the region's unique terroir and centuries-old winemaking traditions. Situated in the lush, verdant northwest corner of Portugal, Vinho Verde is renowned for its cool, maritime climate and fertile soils. Indigenous grape varieties such as Alvarinho, Loureiro, and Trajadura thrive in this environment, producing wines that are crisp, aromatic, and refreshing. Natural winemakers in Vinho Verde embrace sustainable farming practices, nurturing their vineyards with care and respect for the land. In the cellar, they employ minimalist techniques, allowing the grapes to ferment spontaneously with native yeasts and minimal sulfur usage, resulting in wines that express the true essence of the grape and terroir. The resulting wines are vibrant, lively, and full of character, with a zesty acidity and a distinct minerality that reflects the region's coastal influence. Whether enjoyed as a young, vibrant quaffer or aged to develop additional complexity, natural wines from Vinho Verde offer a taste of Portugal's winemaking heritage and a refreshing glimpse into the future of sustainable viticulture.

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