ADEGA MÃE CABERNET SAUVIGNON RED 2014

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Grape variety– 100% Cabernet Sauvignon (single grape)

Vintage – 2014

Region– Lisbon

Denomination– IG Lisboa

Type of soil– limestone

Tasting notes− dark ruby colour. Very intense, all but chemical, showing vegetable peel and wild fruit notes. Spices and light barrel. The very intense smell of earthy understory. Medium-bodied wine supported by firm tannins and a pungent aftertaste

Winemaking− manual harvest into 18 kg boxes. Completely de-stemmed with follow-up Pre-fermentation maceration for 2 days. Fermentation under controlled temperature for 15 days. Post-fermentation maceration period of 10 days

Ageing− 11 months in new French oak barrels

Alcohol– 13,5%

Total acidity– 5,54 g/l

pH– 3,70

Wine pairing– goes especially well with red meats and game

Awards/Reviews– the silver medal on “VINALIES 2014”; 16 points in “Revista de Vinhos”; “Best Buy” in its category; “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 16,5 points (0-20) [vintage of 2012]

Quote – “Média concentração, aroma de fruto maduro, leve percepção de pimento mas tudo aqui em boa harmonia sem excessos verdes, apimentado e hortelã. Muita harmonia na boca, elegante, saboroso e longo” (REVISTA DE VINHOS, 2016)

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ADEGA MÃE DORY RED 2014

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Grape variety – 52% Touriga Nacional, 19% Tinta Roriz, 18% Merlot, 11% Syrah

Vintage – 2014

Region – Lisbon

Denomination – IG Lisboa

Type of soil – limestone

Tasting notes − ruby colour, very intense aroma. Slight spice. Very elegant in the mouth, juicy with floral notes reappear. Fine aromatic intensity, delivering notes of violet, wild berries, black currants, and pepper. Its fruitiness resurfaces on a juicy palate. An exquisite and pure wine with appealing tannins

Winemaking − pre-fermentation maceration for two days, fermentation in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature (22ºC-25ºC) for two weeks

Ageing − partial aged in used French oak barrels

Alcohol – 13%

Total acidity – 5,08 g/l

pH – 3,54

Wine pairing – ideal with grilled salt cod, grilled meat, and pasta

Awards/Reviews – the silver medal on “Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2015” (vintage 2012); the bronze medal on “The International Wine Challenge 2014”; the gold medal on “China Wine and Spirits Awards 2014” (vintage of 2012); “The Wine Enthusiast Magazine” gave 88 points; “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 15 points (0-20) [vintage of 2012]

Quote – “A wine that is ripe with a firmly tannic edge as well as rich black fruits. Juicy acidity and black fruits come from the eclectic blend of Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Merlot, and Syrah. The wine is still young although with its fruitiness it is ready to drink” (ROGER VOSS, European Editor. Reviews wines from Portugal and France)

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ADEGA MÃE DORY RESERVA RED 2013

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Grape variety– 39% Touriga Nacional, 27% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Petit Verdot

Vintage –2013

Region– Lisbon

Denomination– IG Lisboa

Type of soil– limestone

Tasting notes− opaque in colour. Very complex aroma with notes of violets, black fruits, tobacco, and spices. Very full in the mouth, bulky and very persistent finish

Winemaking− manual harvest for boxes of 18 kg. Total de-stemming. Two days of pre-fermenting maceration. Fermentation at controlled temperature for 15 days

Ageing− 12 months in American and French oak barrels

Alcohol– 14,5%

Total acidity– 5,34 g/l

pH– 3,66

Wine pairing– ideal with red meats, roasted and game dishes

Awards/Reviews – the gold medal on “Concurso de Vinhos de Lisboa 2017”!; the gold medal on “Concurso de Vinhos de Lisboa 2016”; “The Wine Enthusiast Magazine” gave 93 points; the gold medal on “Bacchus Concurso Internacional de Vinos Madrid 2013” (2010); the gold medal on “AWC Vienna 2014”; the silver medal on “Mundus Vini” in 2013 and 2014; the bronze medal by Decanter World Wine Awards 2013 (2010); the bronze medal on “International Wine Challenge 2013” (2010); “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 17 points (0-20) [vintage of 2011]

Quote – “A blend of the best grapes from the vintage, this is a powerful, oak-aged wine. Concentrated, rich and still showing signs of vanilla from the wood, it slowly reveals its great black fruits and acidity. With firm tannins at the end, the wine will need more time. Drink from 2019” (ROGER VOSS, European Editor. Reviews wines from Portugal and France)

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ADEGA MÃE MERLOT RED 2014

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Grape variety– 100% Merlot (single grape)

Vintage – 2014

Region– Lisbon

Denomination– IG Lisboa

Type of soil– limestone

Tasting notes− deep ruby colour. The wine boasts of bell pepper, chocolate, and ripe fruits notes. Quite intense on the palate, showing a sense of structure and matching tannins. Persistent finish

Winemaking− manual harvest into 18 kg boxes. Completely de-stemmed with follow-up pre-fermentation maceration for 2 days. Fermentation under controlled temperature for 15 days. Post-fermentation maceration period of 10 days

Ageing− 11 months in new French oak barrels

Alcohol– 13,5%

Total acidity– 5,06 g/l

pH– 3,56

Wine pairing– ideally paired with red meat and game

Awards/Reviews– vintage 2012 was awarded the gold medal on “Bacchus 2015”; “Néctar di Vino 2015” - 1st place;  “Selection Mondiales des Vins Canada 2015” - the gold medal; “The International Wine Challenge” in 2015: recommended (vintage 2012); the silver medal on the “Vinhos de Portugal 2015”; “The International Wine Challenge” in 2015: recommended (vintage 2012); “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 16,5 points (0-20) [vintage of 2012]

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ADEGA MÃE PETIT VERDOT RED 2014

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Grape variety– 100% Petit Verdot (single grape)

Vintage – 2014

Region– Lisbon

Denomination– IG Lisboa

Type of soil– limestone

Tasting notes− ruby colour. Aroma of wild berries, sour cherries, and cherries. Light touch of spice. Very elegant in the mouth, balanced and intense

Winemaking− manual harvest into 18 kg boxes. Completely de-stemmed with follow-up pre-fermentation maceration for 2 days. Fermentation under controlled temperature for 15 days. Post-fermentation maceration period of 10 days

Ageing− 11 months ageing in new French oak barrels

Alcohol– 13,5%

Total acidity– 6,05 g/l

pH – 3,62

Wine pairing– especially suitable for grilled red meat, cheeses. Ideal partner for a barbecue and roasted meats in the oven

Awards/Reviews– “The Wine Enthusiast Magazine” in April 2016 gave 89 points; 16,5 points in “Revista de Vinhos”; “Best Buy” in its category; “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 16 points (0-20) [vintage of 2012]

Quote– “Petit Verdot is known for its colour, and this wine is dark purple, almost black. The tannins are also pretty prominent, although they are balanced by a freshness from black currant fruits and a fine, mineral structure. There is a touch of pepper and spice at the end” (ROGER VOSS, European Editor. Reviews wines from Portugal and France)

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ADEGA MÃE PINOT NOIR RED 2013

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Grape variety– 100% Pinot Noir (single grape)

Vintage –2013

Region – Lisbon

Denomination – IG Lisboa

Type of soil – limestone

Tasting notes medium-colored wine. It conveys intense wild berries aroma with an under-story earthy hint and an international profile. It’s quite soft, and elegant palate offers refined tannins

Winemaking − manual harvest into 18kg boxes. Completely de-stemmed with follow-up pre-fermentation maceration for 2 days. Fermentation under controlled temperature for 15 days. Post-fermentation maceration period of 10 days

Ageing − 11 months in new French oak barrels

Alcohol – 14,5%

Total acidity – 4,98 g/l

pH – 3,60

Wine pairing – international cuisine and cheeses

Awards/Reviews– 16,5 points in “Revista de Vinhos”; 87 points by “The Wine Enthusiast Magazine” (vintage of 2013)

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ADEGA MÃE TOURIGA NACIONAL RED 2014

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Grape variety– 100% Touriga Nacional (single grape)

Vintage– 2014

Region– Lisbon

Denomination– IG Lisboa

Type of soil– limestone

Tasting notes − dark ruby colour. The floral aroma is combining notes of violets and ripe fruits. Excellent body, with both weight and structure. Wealthy and voluminous, its tannins lead to a long and persistent finish

Winemaking− manual harvest into 18 kg boxes. Completely de-stemmed with follow-up pre-fermentation maceration for 2 days. Fermentation under controlled temperature for 15 days. Post-fermentation maceration period of 10 days

Ageing− 11 months in new French oak barrels

Alcohol– 14%

Total acidity– 5,52 g/l

pH– 3,66

Wine pairing– best paired with roast, cheese, and oven-baked meats

Awards/Reviews– the silver medal on “Concurso de Vinhos de Lisboa 2017”!; “The Wine Enthusiast Magazine” gave 90 points; 16,5 points in “Revista de Vinhos” (vintage 2011); the silver medal on “Mundus Vini 2014”; “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 16,5 points (0-20) [vintage of 2011]

Quote – “An impressive and concentrated wine that brings out tannins as well as the fine perfumes that lie at the heart of a Touriga Nacional. It is certainly dense with blackberry and black plum fruits giving a juicy side to the young tannins. As it develops, the wine will show elegance while remaining super-rich and opulent” (ROGER VOSS, European Editor. Reviews wines from Portugal and France)

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DAMASCENO RED 2014

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Grape variety– Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah

Vintage –2014

Region – Península de Setúbal

Denomination – Península de Setúbal

Type of soil – sandy

Tasting notes it's a voluptuous and intense wine, with notes of ripe fruits like raspberry and blackberry, combined with hints of vanilla and spices, good structure and a high character

Winemaking − pre-fermentative maceration at low temperatures during 48 hours, after which fermentation controlled at temperature of 28°C

Ageing − partial ageing in French oak barrels for 6 months

Alcohol – 14%

Wine pairing− goes well with rich red meat dishes, game, and soft cheese

Awards/Reviews− “International Wine Challenge 2011” (vintage 2009) – recommended; “International Wine Challenge 2010” (vintage 2008) – recommended; “Decanter World Wine Awards 2010” (vintage 2008) – recommended; “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 16 points (0-20) [vintage of 2011]

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DAMASCENO RESERVA RED 2013

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Grape variety– 60% Touriga Nacional and 40% Syrah

Vintage –2013

Region –  Península de Setúbal

Denomination – Península de Setúbal

Type of soil – sandy

Tasting notes it's a wine of intense garnet colour and complex aroma, which perfectly integrates wild berries and plum flavours with spices and vanilla notes

Winemaking − 48h maceration at low temperature, followed by fermentation at controlled temperature

Ageing − partial ageing in French oak barrels for 12 months

Alcohol – 14,5%

Wine pairing− perfect matching with cured meats like prosciutto, spicy red meat and intense chocolate desserts

Awards/Reviews – “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 16 points (0-20) [vintage of 2010]; “Decanter World Wine Awards 2011” - recommended; “Decanter World Wine Awards 2008” - recommended

Quote – “Wine enthusiasts and critics already know the effect of the word “Alentejo” when it comes to wines. They’re known for their quality, centuries-old tradition and peculiarity. We’re showcasing some of them to you today from one distinct brand: Damasceno. That being said, today we bring you a few wines from a sub-brand, a red and a white Nocturno from 2013, all at a great price of 5€. With its own brand come the Demasceno white from 2013 and the red from 2014, wines that have proven themselves to be unique and very intense in flavour. Damasceno’s Reserve Red from the year 2010 is also a wine we suggest you try, having been awarded some points and accolades by several different wine critics. It’s just under 17€, so you should jump on the opportunity to try it” (www.portugalvineyards.com) [about vintage of 2010]

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DESIGUAL RED 2015

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Grape variety– Alicante Bouschet, Aragonêz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Trincadeira

Vintage –2015

Region – Alentejo

Denomination – IG Alentejano

Type of soil – schist

Tasting notes this wine has an intense red colour and aroma of berries and ripe red fruits. The palate is fresh, well-fused tannins and is well-balanced

Winemaking − in stainless steel vats, the stemming is total with a pre-fermentative maceration of 2 days. Fermentation controlled at temperature of 25°C

Ageing in stainless steel

Alcohol – 14%

Wine pairing − good with all meat dishes, game, and cheeses

Awards/Reviews – “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 14,5 points (0-20) [vintage of 2012]

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DIVAI RED 2015

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Grape variety – Aragonêz, Trincadeira, and Touriga Nacional

Vintage – 2015

Region – Alentejo

Denomination – IG Alentejano

Type of soil – granitic / schist nature

Tasting notes − made from the Alentejo regional Aragonez, Trincadeira and Castelão resulted in a young wine, ruby colour, pleasant scent of red fruits and hints of vanilla. With a soft structure presents a final delicious and lingering finish. Bright, clear ruby colour appearance

Winemaking − de-stemmed with the gentle crushing of the grapes. Pre-fermentation cold maceration (12ºC). Fermentation with selected yeasts and with temperature control (14ºC and 16ºC) in stainless steel vats with pumping

Ageing – 6 months stage in barrels of French and American oak 2nd use

Alcohol – 14%

Total acidity – 5,80 g/l

pH – 3,62

Awards/Reviews – the gold medal on “The International Wine Challenge 2017” in London

Quote – “Wine is appropriate to accompany with meat dishes, including barbecues, and stronger flavour cheeses” (LUÍS DUARTE, winemaker)

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DIVAI RESERVA RED 2013

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Grape variety – Alicante Bouschet, Touriga Nacional and Aragonêz

Vintage – 2013

Region – Alentejo

Denomination – IG Alentejano

Type of soil – granitic / schist nature

Tasting notes − these wine vinification results are mixtures of intense maceration and stage for 12 months in French oak barrels. From the Alentejo regional varieties Alicante Bouschet, Touriga Nacional and Aragonês present with a complex and lush aroma with notes of chocolate and spice. The palate is full-bodied and elegant with a good structure of soft tannins which guarantee you a perfect evolution in bottle. Dark garnet in living colour. Black berries aroma, complemented with a complex spicy chocolate aroma. Full-bodied and elegant with a good tannin structure, refreshing acidity which allows a good outcome.

Winemaking − de-stemmed with the gentle crushing of the grapes. Pre-fermentation cold maceration (12ºC). Fermentation with temperature control (14ºC and 16ºC)

Ageing – 12 months in French oak barrels 1st and 2nd use

Alcohol – 14,5%

Total acidity – 5,70 g/l

pH – 3,62

Awards/Reviews – the DIVAI RED RESERVE has been present in major international competitions, and it is an honor to inform that, to date, it won the Best Value Silver Medal in the CWSA Hong Kong & China tasting and the bronze medal in the “International Wine Challenge” in England

Quote – “Ideal with more elaborate meat dishes and spicy as baked in the oven, game animal dishes, dishes of traditional Portuguese cuisine” (LUÍS DUARTE, winemaker)

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Do you need to pay a lot for good wine? Quinta do Monte d’Orio will let you know (updated in January 2019)

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In today's article, I want to share my opinion about the question: Does one outstanding wine really cost that much?

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HERDADE ESPIRRA Método Tradicional Red 2010

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Grape variety – 100% Castelão (single grape)

Vintage – 2010

Region – Península de Setúbal

Denomination – D.O. Palmela

Type of soil – sandy

Tasting notes − with a complex flavour and structure. The aroma mixture of black berries, sweet jams, and spices. Light notes of tobacco, coffee and dark chocolate from the wood barrels. Full with noticeable tannins and an elegant aftertaste

Winemaking − this wine is produced in very rare and traditional way: a grapes are crushed by food-step. The handed harvested grapes are crushed by trampling them barefoot in the estate's tanks. A latter complete fermentation on the winery cellar vats

Ageing – 24 months maturation in the winery cement tanks and another 4 years in bottle

Alcohol – 13,5%

Total acidity – 5,0 g/l

pH – 3,71

Wine pairing – ideal with red meats, hare, partridge, salmon, codfish, wreck-fish or any cheeses of goat and sheep with very intensive flavour

Awards/Reviews – the silver medal on “The Wine Masters Challenge 2017” in Estoril, Portugal

Quote – “Trate-se de tinto DO Palmela, monocasta Castelão, com dois anos de estágio em cuba de cimento e quatro anos de envelhecimento em garrafa. Aroma fechado, com sugestão de fruta preta, um pouco especiado e algum chocolate. Um vinho elegante, com a leveya do Castelão com idade, com a amplitude e persisténcia, sem madeiras ou outros artificialismos” (blogspot AVINHAR)

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HERDADE ESPIRRA RED 2013

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Grape variety – 100% Castelão (single grape)

Vintage – 2013

Region – Península de Setúbal

Denomination – D.O. Palmela

Type of soil – sandy

Tasting notes − dark garnet red wine. Full on the palate and rich in tannins. With a complex flavour and aroma of well mature berry fruits that links in harmony with wood aroma

Winemaking − the handed harvested grapes are crushed by trampling them barefoot in the estate's tanks. A latter complete fermentation on the winery cellar vats

Ageing – 12 months maturation in French oak barrels and another 12 months in bottle

Alcohol – 13,5%

Total acidity – 5,0 g/l

pH – 3,72

Wine pairing – ideal with red meats, hare, partridge, cod, wreck-fish (polyprion americanus), salmon and also with intensive cheeses with corn bread or rye bread

Awards/Reviews – the gold medal on “Concours Mondial Bruxelles 2016”; the silver medal on “Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2017” (vintage 2013); vintage 2009 was awarded the bronze at the “International Wine Challenge 2016”; “Wine Masters Challenge 2013” - the silver medal; “Decanter 2013” – the silver medal; “International Wine Challenge 2013” - recommended; “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 15 points (0-20) [vintage of 2009]

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HERDADE ESPIRRA RESERVA RED 2013

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Grape variety – 100% Castelão (single grape)

Vintage – 2013

Region – Península de Setúbal

Denomination – D.O. Palmela

Type of soil – sandy

Tasting notes − with a complex flavour and aroma mixture of black berries, sweet jams, and spices. Light notes of tobacco and chocolate from the wood barrels. Full with noticeable tannins and an elegant aftertaste

Winemaking − the handed harvested grapes are crushed by trampling them barefoot in the estate's tanks. A latter complete fermentation on the winery cellar vats

Ageing – 24 months maturation in new French oak barrels of 225L and another 12 months in bottle

Alcohol – 13,5%

Total acidity – 5,5 g/l

pH – 3,70

Wine pairing – ideal with grilled meats, lamb, goat meat, turkey, goose, roast beef or any cheeses of goat and sheep with very intensive flavour

Awards/Reviews – the gold medal on “The Wine Masters Challenge 2017” in Estoril, Portugal; the silver medal on “Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2017” (vintage 2013); “Concours International de Lyon 2015” - the silver medal (vintage 2011); “Wine Masters Challenge 2015” - the silver medal (vintage 2011); “Decanter World Wine Awards 2013”: recommended; “International Wine Challenge 2013”: recommended; “Challenge International du Vin 2012”: the bronze medal; “Decanter World Wine Awards 2012”: the bronze medal; “International Wine Challenge 2012”: recommended; “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 16 points (0-20) [vintage of 2008]

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HERDADE PERDIGÃO RESERVA RED 2014

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Grape variety – 80% Trincadeira, 15% Aragonêz and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon

Vintage – 2014

Region – Alentejo

Denomination – IG Alentejano

Type of soil – limestone (the limestone factor will provide to the wine a specific flavour: spicy, red berries, black currants, plums, dry grapes and mineral)

Tasting notes − garnet with light brown tones. The wine has the aroma of dark chocolate and spices with notes of toast. Complex taste, firm tannins. Good acidity with long persistence

Winemaking − after sorting, the fully stalked clusters fermented in stainless steel tanks with temperature control for, approximately, 10 days

Ageing – in French oak barrels (100% new) for 12 months

Alcohol – 14,5%

Total acidity – 5,8 g/l

pH – 3,56

Total sugar – 0,5 g/l

Wine pairing – baked lamb or game

Awards/Reviews – the silver medal assigned on “Grand International Wines Award MUNDUS VINI 2017” in Germany; the silver medal on “Bucharest International Wine Contest 2017”; vintage of 2014 received 93 points as the finalist of “ULTIMATE WINE CHALLENGE” by Ultimate Beverage Challenge in New York, USA; “Prémia de Exelência” – 18,5 points in “Revista de Vinhos”; vintage 2012 was awarded the silver medal on the “International Wine Challenge 2016”; “Vinhos de Portugal 2015 – João Paulo Martins” rating: 17 points (0-20) [vintage of 2011]

Quote – “Still young and closed up, this wine is all about the future. It has rich fruits contrasted with ripe acidity and is given a push by the wood-ageing flavour. It will need some time, so don't drink this generous wine until 2017” - about vintage of 2011 (ROGER VOSS, European Editor. Reviews wines from Portugal and France)

Quote – “A silky and complex, classic old world wine. Ripe enough to compete with a Californian wine but with plenty of earthiness to set itself aside. Dried sour cherries, cassis, baked plum balanced by a dried dill, cinnamon spice and toasted coconut” - about vintage of 2015 (Ultimate Wine Challenge 2017, USA)

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I warmly welcome all! A brief overview of the history of Portuguese wine including Portugal's prestige grapevine, the Touriga Nacional (updated in January 2019)

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It's a real pleasure to inform you that my site has just been improved and modernized. I hope that what I offer you and what I will write about from time-to-time will be helpful and enhance your knowledge of Portuguese wines. I want to share my passion for Portugal and its wines with you. For this reason, I will describe the wines and Portuguese grape varieties. I will show you how to pair it with food (i.e. wine pairing). I will share news from the Portuguese wine industry, introduce all my business partners from Portugal, including their wineries, and inform you of interesting events. All of this will help you to choose and enjoy my Portuguese wines, which are best when shared with family and friends in the celebration of life. I'm confident that these extraordinary wines from remarkable wineries will exceed your expectations!

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Intensywne lato w Portugalii

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Ostatnie miesiące były bardzo napięte i emocjonujące. Przede wszystkim wdrażam kilka istotnych zmian i ulepszeń na swojej stronie firmowej, dzięki czemu dostęp do oferowanych przeze mnie portugalskich win stanie się jeszcze wygodniejszy, a asortyment większy i jednocześnie bardziej dystyngowany. 

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MANZWINE CONTADOR DE ESTÓRIAS RED 2010

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Grape variety – 60% Syrah, 30% Touriga Nacional and 10% Petit Verdot

Vintage – 2010

Region– Península de Setúbal

Denomination– Península de Setúbal

Type of soil– sandy

Tasting notes− with an intriguing blend of Touriga Nacional, Syrah, Petit Verdot, this wine offer elegant, silky, and with a fantastic bouquet of ripe fruits. An easy to drink luxurious choice. Dark red garnet colour. Aroma of ripe black fruits, spice, and some leather. A full-bodied wine with good acidity, well-structured tannins and elegant. Long and lingering finish

Winemaking− fermentation in stainless steel tanks with skin maceration for 3 weeks

Ageing– 70% aged in stainless steel vats and 30% in French and American oak barrels for 12 months

Alcohol– 14%

Wine pairing− pairs well with red meats, game, and cheese

Awards/Reviews− this wine has won many prizes: 91 points in “The Wine Enthusiast Magazine” (2017); the 2009 vintage was awarded the silver on the “Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2013” and the 2010 vintage was awarded the bronze on the “International Wine Challenge”; this wine is also recommended by “International Wine Challenge 2013”

Quote– “Dominated by Syrah, this wine is dark and dense. It is perfumed with solid tannins and the potential of juicy red fruits. Grown in the Pamela area of the Setúbal peninsula, south of Lisbon, the wine is both warm and densely concentrated. Drink from 2018” (ROGER VOSS, European Editor. Reviews wines from Portugal and France)

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