Caves Transmontanas "Vertice Millesime Sparkling" 2012

Blend of Malvasia / Touriga Franca / Godello
A sparkling - traditional method white wine from the Douro DOC region of Portugal.


Structured & creamy. Bread & apple.

Tasting Notes

The Vertice Millesime Sparkling 2012 from Caves Transmontanas has a fine persistent beam.

On the nose it’s elegant and rather complex with bready notes mixing with red fruit fruit and apple jelly.

In the mouth Vertice Millesime 2012 has a lovely structure and creamy texture. Smooth and with great pleasant acidity.

The finish is long and elegant.

90
Score 90

My score / points

Caves Transmontanas "Vertice Millesime Sparkling" 2012
Vertice Millesime Sparkling (2012) Review
Estate making Vertice Millesime Sparkling Estate Caves Transmontanas
Vertice Millesime Sparkling (2012) Label Vertice Millesime Sparkling
Style of Vertice Millesime Sparkling Style White & Sparkling - Traditional Method
Country of Caves Transmontanas Country Portugal
Region of Caves Transmontanas Region Douro DOC
Grape blend of Vertice Millesime Sparkling Grapes Malvasia, Touriga Franca, Godello
Vintage of Vertice Millesime Sparkling Vintage 2012
My review of Vertice Millesime Sparkling Points
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Godello

Godello is a white wine grape variety grown in northwest Spain, specifically in Galicia. The grape variety Gouveio found in northern Portugal is thought to be the same.

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Douro DOC

Portuguese wine

Douro is a Portuguese wine region in the Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro region, based on the Douro River. It is often referred to as the Alto Douro because it is situated upstream from Porto and is shielded from coastal influences by mountain ranges. As a Denominaço de Origem Controlada, the area has the highest wine classification in Portugal (DOC). Although the Douro is best known for Port wine, it also produces table wine. Usually, non-fortified wines are referred to as “Douro wines.”

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