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Ar De Arte Scallops in Sauce (110g) Fernando Rei Special Edition

Ar De Arte Scallops in Sauce (110g) Fernando Rei Special Edition

by Ar De Arte

Producer : Ar De Arte

Region : Spain (Spain)

Tasting Notes

Ar de Arte has reinvented the traditional scallop sauce to accompany a selection of the best zamburiña small scallops. This sauce is made from all-natural ingredients incorporated in olive oil with a careful and slow cooking


Ingredients : small scallops, olive oil, tomato, onion, spices and salt.


The design is based on a work by Galician artist Fernando Rei.


Producer Ar De Arte
Region Spain (Spain)
Food Weight (grams) 110

The Producer

Ar De Arte

Ar De Arte is a small family-owned winery located in the heart of the Douro Valley in Portugal. The winery was founded in 2001 by Miguel Louro and his wife Marta, who had a dream of producing high-quality wines that reflected the unique terroir of the region.

The winemaker at Ar De Arte is Miguel Louro, who has a degree in oenology from the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro. Miguel is known for his expertise in the traditional winemaking techniques of the Douro Valley and his commitment to sustainable practices.

The vineyard is located in the sub-region of Cima Corgo, which is known for its steep terraced vineyards and schist soils. The terroir is ideal for growing grapes for Port wine, which is the primary focus of the winery. The vineyard is planted with traditional grape varieties, such as Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, and Tinta Roriz.

Ar De Arte has received several awards for its wines, including a gold medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards and a silver medal at the International Wine Challenge. The wines are known for their intense flavours, complex aromas, and silky textures, and they have been praised by critics for their exceptional quality.

Ar De Arte preserves the traditional winemaking techniques of the Douro Valley using foot-treading to extract the juice from the grapes - a labour-intensive process but one that results in wines of exceptional quality.


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