Bico Amarelo reflects the diversity of an extensive region, with numerous subregions and details. The Loureiro offers freshness, intensity and exuberance, which combine with the concentration, riper fruit in the nose and acidity found in the Alvarinho. In turn, the Avesso brings body, balance and harmony in the mouth.

For José Luís Moreira da Silva, winemaker at Quinta do Ameal “Bico Amarelo reflects and represents the best of the diversity of the Vinho Verde Region. Not only due to the choice of varieties typical of the Region, but above all due to the simple vinification methods, with the pressing of entire bunches, fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats and the distinctive batonnage stage, which affords greater creaminess, more texture and greater balance to the final batch”.