Total acidity 5.6 g/l
Bright, lemon-yellow colour.
Granit exhibiting elegant aromas with more mineral notes.
The taste is crisp, dry, and persistent, with more earthy and stony flavours. There is a sensation of saltiness, reflecting the impact of the granite soils on Alvarinho.
Fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats at a higher temperature than is usual for white wine (22°C). Bâtonnage and ageing on the fine lees improve the structure of the wine before its bottling.
With mineral flavours and bracing acidity, Soalheiro Granit especially complements Mediterranean cuisine such as seafood, grilled fish, or oven-baked fatty fish. It also pairs well with white and smoked meats, mature cheeses, or delicate Asian dishes such as sushi or dumplings.