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Alvarinho is most delicious and tasty wine in Portugal. It is favourite wine of people nowadays. It is carefully select by our Master of Wine from the family run and independent team at Casa de Ventozela. Proudly born in the small town of Mogege in the heart of the Vinho Verde region in Portugal, our award winning Alvarinho white wine is crisp, light-bodied, packed with peach, citrus zest and pear, and vegan friendly.

Health benefits of Alvarinho:

This distinct class comes in a spectrum of diverse colours and flavours and is classified according to taste. In the fermentation process, it becomes dry when sugar is transform into alcohol although a specific amount of sugar is preserve by some wine makers to preserve the element of sweetness. The categories of white wine dry are either medium dry or dry and this is determined by the level of residual sugar on the alcoholic beverage. The other attribute is the fruity taste. A glass of dry white wine has about 0.8 grams of carbohydrates and 77 calories. A medium white has about 3.9 grams of carbohydrates and 99 calories. A sparkling white has about 1.6 grams of carbohydrates and 92 calories and a sweet white has about 6.8 grams of carbohydrates and 103 calories.

What is different in this wine?

Most wines are not make of 100 percent grapes and are blend with other fruits to put emphasis on special flavours. A particular example is the mixture of lime, strawberries, herbs, apples and oranges. The typical varieties are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Muscadet, Pinot Blanc, Viognier and Alvarinho. This is normally serve with white meat such as chicken or fish and goes well with dishes wherein the acid content should balance the other flavours. It can also use to make sauces and salad dressings and in cooking where the strong acidity provides a simple menu with an exotic tang. It is the best wine in present day and it comes with health benefits and also provide your different benefits.

Why is suggest by experts to drink?

It used to be simple. Wine that came in bottles with screw caps or in boxes with mylar bags inside was “cheap” and forgettable. Many people get disappoint because they get cheap wines in premium bottles. In our case you never have to compromise with both. We have premium bags with quality wine in it. Weight and expense of traditional glass bottles has become another issue as fuel prices rise and shipping is more costly. Today we have more wines in bottles closed with screw caps, high tech plastic twist-off caps or glass plugs. We have wines sold in aluminum cylinders and boxes of various sizes and descriptions. Even the traditional Europeans are doing this? Is all this wine still cheap and forgettable? Is this the way of the future?

You have to try this wine and get health benefits which also give you really good taste also you can try our wine and check how much beneficial it is. You will also get E-books which have all answers of your questions.

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