Tasting Notes

Lagosta Vinho Verde has the highest level of CO2 permitted for a Vinho Verde, maintains the natural flavors and aromas of green apples, pears and flowers, as well as preserving its natural acidity.

Food Pairings

Pairs well with pasta, salads, fish or on its own.


30% Trajadura, 30% Loureiro, 20% Arinto, 20% Azal


Vinho Verde, Portugal

Vineyard & Winemaking Notes

Lagosta comes from the Vinho Verde wine region from the Devesa Estate. Lagosta is produced from the Azal, Arinto, Loureiro and Trajadura grape varieties traditionally used in Vinho Verde. The Region of Vinho Verde is located in the northwest of Portugal in an area traditionally known as Entre-Douro-e-Minho. Its limits are the Minha River in the North (border with Galicia) and mountainous areas in the East and South, forming the natural border between the Atlantic Ocean, Entre-Douro-eMinha, and the inland regions. The result is a natural amphitheater rising gradually from the maritime border to the inland (Amorim Girao). Winds from the Atlantic Oceans are guided into the region through the main river valleys. Once the grapes are harvested, they go through a process called dessulifitador. Dessulifitador consists of freezing the must right after the harvest and unfreezing it for each bottling. This process ensures the freshness of the wine.

Reviews & Awards

NV Lagosta Vinho Verde

BEST VALUES - 86 Points - Wine Spectator June 30, 2012
"Refreshing, with a slight spritz to the melon, apple and rich citrus flavors. Offers mineral and spice on the finish, with a touch of sweetness. Drink now."

NV Lagosta Vinho Verde

BEST VALUES - 86 Points - Wine Spectator March 31, 2012
"Fresh and juicy, with fresh-cut apple and goose-berry flavors that feature notes of citrus and light spice on the finish. Drink now."

Lagosta: Vinho Verde