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Red Wine
Infinitude
Blend 2016, 75cl
Lisboa

15,99
approx. £13.39

 13.5%

 2017-2024

 Serve at 16º-18º

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O Produtor, tasting note published in May 27th 2017

Un vin élégant et délicat avec des notes classiques de cerise, de cerise et de cèdre. En bouche, il est sec, vivant et légèrement grillé. Très long et équilibré.

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Infinitude

Limited to existing stock. If the wine you have purchased runs out of stock, we will contact you to suggest a different wine, or to return the amount paid.
Wine promotions cannot be combined with other discounts or coupons. Sols: plantés en demi-pente, dans des sols argilo-calcaires, à environ 5 km de la côte atlantique et à une altitude moyenne de 90 m. Climat: Forte influence atlantique, avec des étés de températures modérées. La présence de la Serra de Sintra entraîne la formation de brouillard et le maintien d’une humidité relative élevée. Récolte à la mi-septembre. Ce vin est issu d’une vinification soignée selon le procédé classique du “bronzage”, avec désencrage partiel. Le moût résultant a été fermenté dans des cuves en acier inoxydable à température contrôlée (26 à 28 ° C) pendant 7 jours. 40% du lot a été élevé en fûts de chêne français pendant 18 mois dans la mythique cave à vin régionale de Colares.

Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 104238

Infinitude

Like a life, a wine is also the visible result of an infinity of events. It is a living work, never finished, always evolving. This is how the wines were born in Quinta da Azenha in Colares, in the vineyards of the Osorio family of Vasconcelos Jardim Gonçalves. This is a family project, fruit of the desire to give continuity to the memory of generations producing wine with roots in Madeira and Douro. And that now extends to the millennial region of Colares, one of the oldest in Portugal, whose origin goes back to 1255, when D. Afonso III started the first vines from France. Cultivated in the recovery of the Sintra mountain range, the Pinot Noir and Merlot castes find a microclimate protected from the Atlantic winds, with dewy mornings and mist-tempered summers. Planted in “hard ground” soil, they are harvested separately and the grapes are carefully vinified by the classic “tanning” process. The stage is followed in small oak barrels in the mythical Colares Cooperative Winery. The result is dry, delicate wines with salty notes. Full of complexity and freshness, with great potential for bottle aging. An elegant invitation to celebrate, enjoy or simply contemplate on a multitude of occasions.

Address

Quinta da Azenha, Colares