Casa Américo

The family, the traditions, and the love for the vineyards and their lands were the pillars of Américo Seabra. Are also the pillars that stand for the values our Casa Américo brand. Discover our wines.

Casa Américo, White Reserve, 2020

The Casa Américo White Reserve wine is produced with a selection of the best white grapes of the Encruzado, Bical and Cerceal-Branco varieties, from various plots, aged between 40 and 80 years. These vineyard plots are located in the Vila Nova da Tazem area, with granitic soil at an altitude between 400 and 600 mts, in the Serra Estrela sub-region, at Dão Region, Porugal.
Slight aging for 4 months in french oak barrels.

Winemaker Pedro Pereira’s Tasting Notes: Citrus yellow color. Nose with fine notes of barrel, floral and citrus nuances. Intense mouth with volume, refreshing freshness with a long finish.




Casa Américo White Reserve, 2020,  received  Best Buy and 90 points in Wine Enthusiast magazine.
Quoted by Roger Voss “Lightly wood aged, the wine has spice, toast and mature apple and citrus flavors. It is a ripe wine, with the creamy Encruzado in the blend. Drink the wine now. — Roger Voss”    + Info


The Casa Américo White Reserve vintage 2020 received 17 points in the Grandes Escolhas magazine. “Encruzado (40%), Bical (30%) and Cerceal-Branco (30%), partly fermented in barrels. The wood is present enough, letting the quality fruit, citrus and apricot notes emerge. Beautiful texture in the mouth, maintaining a certain austerity of style, with a fresh, ample and very balanced finish.” Notas de prova de Luis Lopes.


Casa Américo White Reserve,2019, received 92 points in Wine Enthusiast magazine.
Quoted by Roger Voss “A round, toasty wine, full of white fruits, spices and toasts on its way to integration. Citrus flavors, apricots and spices give the wine a wonderfully elegant character. Drink from 2021.”    + Info


The Casa Américo White Reserve vintage 2019 received 90 points in the Wine & Spirits magazine.



Casa Américo White Reserve, 2017, was scored 86 points by Roger Parker in Wine Advocate magazine.