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Hails from: Douro Valley, Portugal; Grapes: Verdelho

Deep gold colour with an indulgent nose of juicy grapefruit and toasty vanilla. The palate is a mix of ripe peach and grapefruit with a hint of tannin from wood ageing. The oak notes are predominantly sweet coconut and vanilla spice, which is pretty potent versus the fruit character so avoid well-chilling. Enjoy lightly chilled with poultry.

Dry White Wine made by: Quinta do Crasto

Drink now. Circa £15.50 (75cl) (find this wine). Tasted: November 2017.