Red Wine
2017, 75cl

approx. £8.05



 Serve at 17º-18º

165/20  Revista de Vinhos


João Guedes, tasting note published in December 3rd 2019

Douro Red Wine of ruby color. On the nose it is possible to feel the spices, bay leaf, blackberries, currants, a little bit of strawberry. The taste of dark plant pepper and soft tannins can be felt on the palate. The wine is balanced with a good finish. It should be drunk at 15 degrees Celsius. As a perfect match I recommend roasted chicken with figs.

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Wine promotions cannot be combined with other discounts or coupons. Boina is a wine made with grapes from 2 old vines, both of which are more than 90 years old. The first place is located in the north of the Upper Douro region in a transition zone of shale / granite at an altitude of 600m with predominant exposure to the North. The second place is a typical Duriense area with shaley soils, located in Baixo Corgo, at an altitude of 250m. Vinification and Aging: Grapes were carefully selected in the vineyards and harvested by hand. They were partially destemmed (80%) and crushed, followed by 2 days of cold-soaking. Fermented with indigenous yeast in Granitic Lagares and foot-trodden for 4 hours, with very gentle pump-over´s after that to prevent too much extraction. Stage for 14 months in stainless steel vats (95%) and in used French Oak Barrels (5%).

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Contains sulphites.

SKU: 104123

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