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BRANDY - CACHAÇA 51 - 1L
<h3 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm7">Caninha </span> <strong><span class="tm8">51</span></strong> <span class="tm7"> or </span> <strong><span class="tm8">Cachaça 51</span></strong>, is<span class="tm7">a Brazilian brand of cachaça produced by Companhia Müller de Bebidas since 1951, the reason for the origin of the name. Its operational head office is in the city of Pirassununga, state of São Paulo, and its well-known conéis are on the south lane of the Anhanguera Highway to SP-330, at km 210, in the well-known Taboão Unit. The company also has a distillery in the nearby town of Porto Ferreira, on Fazenda Lageado.</span></h3> <h3 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm7">Today, </span> <em><span class="tm9">Pirassununga 51</span></em> <span class="tm7"> (or </span> <strong><span class="tm8">Caninha 51</span></strong><span class="tm7">/</span><strong><span class="tm8">Cachaça 51</span></strong>) is<span class="tm7">exported to more than 50 countries, the main ones being: Chile, Portugal, Spain, Germany, United States, Italy, Switzerland and Japan, with the official name of "Cachaça 51".</span></h3> <p></p> <p></p>
LIQUOR - FRANGELICO
<h3 style="text-align:justify;"><strong><span class="tm7">Frangelico</span></strong> <span class="tm8"> is a brand of liquor that is produced in Canale, Italy. It was launched in 1978, gaining attention mainly because of its unusual packaging: the bottle was designed to look like a friar, even with the rope tied at the waist, and the lid imitating a bald. It is marketed basically in two sizes: the 750ml and the 375ml packaging.</span> <span class="tm8">The origin of Frangelico dates back more than 300 years, from the existence of the first Christian monks living in the mountains of northern Italy. According to the Italian manufacturer, the name of the liqueur is based on the legend of a hermit named Frei Angelico, who "created unusual recipes for liqueurs." The bottle, however, recalls the habit of a Franciscan friar; while the "namesake" of liquor, the famous painter Fra Angelico, was domonic, whose robes would have been white and without the rope.</span><strong><span class="tm7"></span></strong></h3><p></p><p></p>
WHISKY - JAMESON - IRISH...
<h3 class="tm6 tm7"><span class="tm8"></span><span class="tm9">Jameson is a blended</span> Irish whisky produced by Irish Distillers, an affiliated company of Pernod Ricard. The company was founded in 1780 when John Jameson created the Bow Street Distillery in Dublin. Jameson was scottish, a lawyer from Alloa, married to Margaret Haig, sister of the founders of the leading Haig companies, who were related to the Steins, a Scottish family in the distillery business in Dublin. In the collection of the National Gallery of Ireland there are portraits of John and Margaret Jameson, belonging to Sir Henry Raeburn. Originally one of Dublin's top six whiskeys, Jameson is now distilled in cork. In 2013, annual sales reached 4 million boxes (48 million bottles). Jameson is certainly the highest-selling Irish whiskey in the world, and has been selling on the international market since the early 19th century, when John Jameson and his son (also called John) produced more than one million gallons (3.8 million liters) a year.</h3> <h3 class="tm5 tm6" style="text-align:left;"></h3>
WHITE SPARKLING WINE -...
<h3 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">The</span> <strong><span class="tm7">QUINTA DO PORTAL</span></strong> is a <span class="tm6">Portuguese house, family and independent that embraced with all passion the concept of "Boutique Winery". We are dedicated to the production of Douro wines, Port wines of special categories, as well as Moscatéis and Olive Oil. </span>This project materialized in the early 1990s. XX, was based on Quinta dos Muros, a century-old property of the Mansilha family, and port wine that had been produced there for four generations. With a vision of the future, we bet from the outset on the creation of douro wines of world class, being part of the first group of the new generation of Douro producers who, in good time, believed in the potential of the quiet douro wines. At the helm of oenology and production is Paulo Coutinho, who has been with us since 1994. We have had the technical support of Pascal Chatonnet in Douro wines since 1992, and we also had the privilege of working with Jeremy Bull in port wines in the turning years of the century. Quality has always been our motto, as the numerous national and international distinctions attributed to both our wines and olive oils and the various services of the QUINTA DO PORTAL.</h3> <h3></h3> <p></p>
RED WINE - TONES - DUORUM
<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span style="color:#4a4a4a;font-family:Lato, sans-serif;font-size:16px;background-color:#ffffff;">Two winemakers who mark the history of wine in Portugal in recent decades, in two regions that the world recognizes as of high quality and personality, the Douro and alentejo, are reunited in a project designed for the Douro, in the regions of Cima Corgo and Douro Superior, two exceptional and protected terroirs. This is how Duorum is born, a project dreamed and carried out in the millenary vineyards of the Douro. Duorum Vinhos started its activity in January 2007 and expresses the willingness of João Portugal Ramos and José Maria Soares Franco to join their professional activities of winemakers in a project to produce Douro wines of unique characteristics and international dimension.</span></h2>
PORT - KOPKE - HARVEST 2008
<p></p> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">C.N. Kopke is the oldest Port Wine company. It was founded in 1638 by Cristiano Kopke and his son, Nicolau Kopke who had come to Portugal as consul of the Hanseatic League. Adding 4 centuries of success in the world of Port wines, the Kopke brand, acquired in 2006 by the Sogevinus group, is today a prestigious reference, maintaining the quality objectives that guided it in the market over the years, being especially recognized in Colheita Ports, with high notoriety in the sector.</span></h2> <p></p>