Fita Azul - A celebrar emoções desde 1934. Conheça os espumantes e descubra o seu!
O Fita Azul é um dos Espumantes nacionais mais conhecidos. Com o objectivo de responder às crescentes exigências do mercado, a Borges juntou-se a parceiros de excelência para realizar profundos estudos sobre o consumo de espumantes, o perfil dos consumidores e os momentos de consumo. Como resultado surge um novo Fita Azul - uma marca que agrega a tradição e o saber-fazer desde 1934 com a capacidade de inovar que os tempos de hoje exigem.

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Celebrating since 1934

November 2013

Fita Azul - celebrating emotions since 1934

People all over the world are attracted by the glamour of sparkling wine, appreciating its delicacy and elegance. It is said that it was first made in France by Dom Pérignon, a 17th Century Benedictine monk, who immersed himself in the process of producing sparkling wines of the highest quality. The story of sparkling wines in Portugal is a more recent one, with Fita Azul being launched in the 1930s. Since then, it has helped many Portuguese families to mark the key moments in their lives. Over the generations, these same families have learned to turn to Fita Azul when celebrating their most meaningful emotions.
Most Portuguese brands are produced using the Champagne method. However, there is a growing trend, rooted firmly in ages-old traditions, to innovate through the use of grape varieties and terroirs typical of the Portuguese winegrowing regions. It is this seed of innovation that Fita Azul has nurtured and that justifies such a broad range of sparkling wines. All of Fita Azul’s sparkling wines are classified as reserves and have spent at least one year maturing in the cellars in which they are produced. Each one has its own taste, to match the different profiles and consumption moments.