The Portuguese press, specifically the Expresso newspaper and the Evasões magazine, highlighted the Herdade Grande Generations wine, composed of 70% Verdelho and 30% Alvarinho.
On his weekly page of the Expresso newspaper, the wine critic João Paulo Martins highlighted the “Great focus on ripe fruit, with excellent acidity supporting the whole. Very authentic and without masks”. On the other hand, the specialist Fernand Melo that writes for the Evasões magazine, the Diário de Notícias, and the Jornal de Notícias newspapers penned “Balance is the keyword. An accomplishment”.
Herdade Grande Generations 2017 is defined by the intense and complex aroma, with citrus and tropical fruit notes. The balanced palate, as well as the firm and refreshing acidity, make this an extremely versatile wine, being an excellent choice as an appetizer, or even to go with seafood or grilled white meat plates.
Generations wines originated to pay homage to the family heritage of Herdade Grande, the hundred-year-old estate where the Lança family settled in 1920.