José Neiva Correia
Destemming, pelicular maceration and pressing. Cooled to 15ºC, the must passes by a vacuum filter with perlites. The fermentation is achieved through active dry yeasts, the temperature being controlled between 16ºC and 18ºC.
One month in bottle after bottling.
Citrine colour with aromas of mango, apple and green tea. Medium bodied with a perfect balance between acidity and alcohol, a refreshing and persistent finish. João Paulo Martins; Vinhos de Portugal 2016; "Intense smell of ripe yellow fruit, spices, light notes of dried flowers. Fresh in the mouth, very light again in the body, is a white with good gastronomic aptitude, always thought to be consumed in the year. It will be always a good bet."
Best consumed at a temperature of 8 to 12ºC, an excellent complement to fish dishes, salads and white meat
7.9 kgs (6x75cl)
135 cases (6x75cl) - 15 cases /level x 9 levels
96 cases (6x75cl) - 12 cases/level x 8 levels
Bottle (EAN13) = 5 600 312 19068 7 // Case 6 (ITF14) = 1 560 031219068 4//Case 12 = 2560 31219 068 1
A very tasty recipe from the Chef Pedro Nunes
DFJ Vinhos was awarded with 8 Bronze Medals and 12 Commendeds in the International Wine Challenge 2011.
DFJ Vinhos was awarded with one silver medal, seven Bronze medals and 10 Commended on Decanter Wine Awards in 2011.
DFJ Vinhos was awarded with a Silver Medal and 10 Bronze Medals at International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011.
Monte Alentejano White Awarded Best Buy with a classification of 15 points.
2011 was outstanding for DFJ wines at Wine Enthusiast.
D.F.J. Vinhos has been distinguished with 17 Silver medals and 7 Seals of Approval in AWC 2011.
In the 2010 Wine Enthusiast DFJ has been awarded with 1 Cellar Selection, 23 Best Buy, one rating of 92 points, one of 91 and three ratings of 90.