Dark violet colour with ruby nuances, ripe aromas, ripe fruits, and essences of vanilla. The tannins are very exuberant and harmonize perfectly the sweet aromas of ripe fruit and the intense floral aromas of the wine. Powerful finish, full of freshness. - ⚠️ It is not possible to buy this product at this time.
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After the natural maturation of the grape varieties, the Aragonêz and Trincadeira varieties were carefully selected, harvested and transported to the Cellar where the total destemming and a slight crushing were processed. The fermentation occurred in French oak vats with control temperature of 26ºC. A prolonged maceration followed, the musts rested along with the stalks and the grape's skins for 15 days. There followed an eighteen-month stage in French oak barrels, followed by a 24-month bottle stage in the Cartuxa Convent cellars before being launch into the market.
Dark violet color with ruby nuances, ripe aromas, ripe fruits, and essences of vanilla. The tannins are very exuberant and harmonize perfectly the sweet aromas of ripe fruit and the intense floral aromas. Powerful finish, full of freshness. This wine can be stored for more than 10 years in a bottle.
Store and Serve Advice:
Protect at a stable temperature of 18 ° C. Serve at a temperature between 16ºC and 18ºC.
Clear aspect and ruby colour with red nuances. The aroma is fine and elegant with notes of black fruits, jam and white chocolate. The flavour is soft, with a slight astringency, and balanced. Tannins are fruity, soft and structured. Elegant finish.
Attractive color, garnet with notes of fresh fruits, with hints of cherry. In the taste, it is complemented by a velvety softness. Acidity balanced.
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