After graduating in Agro-Industrial Engineering and an internship in Sonoma County, Luís Louro returned to Portugal to work with his father, renowned Portuguese producer of Quinta do Mouro. Fascinated by Alentejo and Portuguese local grape varieties, Luis decided share his vision by moving forward with his project. Thus in 2004 was born Adega do Monte Branco in Estremoz.
Produced entirely with the indigenous Portuguese grape varieties Arinto and Antão Vaz, this wine boasts a citrine color and good minerality. This is a well integrated wine with some delicate oaky flavors, balanced acidity, fresh, juicy citrus fruits and a long finish.
Pair it With:
We love it with richer seafood dishes including Portugal’s famous bacalhau (salt cod) due to it’s high acidity and lemon-zest like flavors.