A rare Portuguese white wine with exceptional quality and ability to be aged in oak, giving it a similar taste to white Burgundy; it shows a distinct, slatey minerality.
- Body: Medium
- Sweetness: Bone-Dry
- Tannin: Low/None
- Acidity: Medium
- Alcohol: 11.5–13.5% ABV
Oak-aged Encruzado wines offer more richness and pair well with succulent light meats and grilled fish. Try garnishing resinous herbs including rosemary, parsley, thyme, and/or oregano.
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