An indigenous grape to Portugal that produces exceptional, age-worthy whites with the ability to evolve over 7 or more years; revealing flavors of beeswax and nuts.
- Body: Medium-Light
- Sweetness: Bone-Dry
- Tannin: Low/None
- Acidity: High
- Alcohol: 11.5–13.5% ABV
Arinto makes an excellent pairing with richer seafood including Portugal's famous bacalhau (salt cod) due to it's high acidity and lemon-zest like flavors.
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