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    Casa de Saima "Vinhas Velhas" Colheita Branco '19

    Bairrada

    Casa de Saima "Vinhas Velhas" Colheita Branco '19

    Casa de Saima is one of our favorite traditional producers in the Atlantic-influenced, Bairrada region of Portugal. This is a small, family-run winery, founded in 1940 with 18 hectares of vineyards located on small plots of land.

    On April 30th of this past year, Graça Miranda tragically passed away. Her son and daughter, Diogo and Raquel, are carrying on her traditions and Saima will continue to be a source of great wines that represent the best of the region.

    The Bairrada region of Portugal is home to some of the most complex and best value white wine in all of Portugal. The wine featured this month is the Colheita Branco. "Vinhas Velhas" means "Old Vines" in Portuguese, and this is a blend of old-vine Bical, Maria Gomes and Cercial, all natives grapes to the region.

    It is fermented in tank with indigenous yeast and rest in tank before being bottled. Beautiful aromatics of citrus, mineral, and freshly shaved fennel. Light-bodied and dry with a long, complex finish. If you are a fan of Muscadet from the Loire Valley, this briny, complex white is something you must try. Year in and year out this is one of the best white wine values our store has to offer. Don’t miss it!

    Perman

    Portugal

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    Producer Casa de Saima

    SOCIAL DISTANCING PICKUP

    Thank you for your order! We will email you when it is ready for pick up. Please call 312-255-8990 when you pick up and we will place your purchase in your trunk. We ask that you open and close your trunk for us, and maintain proper social distancing. Thanks for your support!

    Near North

    Mon–Fri Noon–8 / Sat 11–7
    Closed on Sunday

    1167 N Howe Street
    Chicago, IL 60610
    312.255.8990
    orders@permanwine.com

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