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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%).