Characterized by its unique volcanic origins of Graciosa's white wines, it has an aroma of tropical fruit, combined with spices and nuts, and an intense and complex flavor, perfect for pairing with fish dishes, seafood, and cheese.
The famous Meloa da Graciosa is unique in its characteristics, the sweetest and juiciest of the Azores.
Garlic has been established on the island of Graciosa since the arrival of the first settlers in the 15th century, earning it the title "Land of Garlic", as well as IGP classification, in 2021.
The second smallest island in the Azores archipelago, the "White Island".
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