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Classe Wines Announces Availability of 2009 Vitivinicola Carla Rita Ferreira Conceito Douro Branco from Portugal

July 9, 2013

This excellent Portuguese white wine is available from Classe Wines for $569.78 per case.

Vienna, VA (PRWEB) July 09, 2013

Classe Wines is pleased to announce the availability of 2009 Vitivinicola Carla Rita Ferreira Conceito Douro Branco to its customers in the United States. This is an excellent Portuguese White Wine that is produced at the Conceito winery, and is a strong addition to the collection of any connoisseur of fine wine seeking to purchase quality wine at an affordable price.

This Portuguese White wine has a taste that has been described by experts as apple with pear and butterscotch. The experts who tasted this wine also found that the use of French oak in the aging process means that it develops a smokier flavor than other Portuguese white wines, which makes it unique among the vintage in the Douro River Valley area and different from most other Branco wine. The level of acidity is good, and the wine is best when it is placed in a wine decanter to expose it to the air before it is served to guests.

This wine is produced at the Conceito winery under the stewardship of Vitvinicola Carla Rita Ferreira, who produced her first wines in 2004 under the Conceito line. She is part of a group of younger Portuguese winemakers who are attempting to strengthen Portugal's image as a producer of fine wines. A visit to this winery will be deceiving at first because the outside appearance of the winery is ordinary, yet upon stepping inside you will quickly realize the attention to detail that has been put into it.

This excellent Portuguese white wine is available at classewines.com for a bottle price of $48.95, a half case price of $287.83, and a case price of $569.79. It can be ordered by calling 1-800-793-9141 or by visiting classewines.com.

Contact:

Georgiy Karchenko

1-800-793-9141

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