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Reynolds Wine Growers Carlos Reynolds White

This aromatic wine offers the penetrating and vivid citrus flavour of the Arinto variety combined with the soothing weight of a rare mineral Antão Vaz variety. Full of freshness and body and in perfect balance, this wine is fruity but dry. The perfect aperitif that won’t lose its aroma and body drinking it very cold. It is a good match with seafood and all type of fish. It should be served at a temperature of 8 /12 oC.

 Producer Reynolds Wine Growers
 Region Alentejano
 Country Portugal
 Varietals ArintoAntão Vaz

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About the Producer

Reynolds Wine Growers

Reynolds Wine Growers

Arronches, Portalegre, Portugal Arronches, Portalegre, Portugal

ART AND TRADITION. Thomas Reynolds, an English seaman and merchant, arrived in Portugal in 1820, attracted by the potential of the wine trade. He settled in the northern town of Porto with his two sons, Thomas and Robert, and from there they supplied their London store with a variety of products from...

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