Red Wine
Reserve Magnum 2016, 1,5l
Regional Alentejano

approx. £44.29


 Good ageing

 Serve at 16º-18º


O Produtor, tasting note published in July 15th 2017

Colour: Ruby. Aroma: Ripe black fruits, like the black plum and blackberries, and perfumed nose of violets proper of touriga nacional grape variety. Taste: Black fruits combined with the elegance of the wood, round tannins and full-bodied on the mouth, elegant and very persistent, with a pleasant finish

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A red wine with a mouth structure of its own, a match for wines of higher price ranges. Produced from Syrah and Touriga Nacional, presents very present tannins, and a certain rusticity and austerity. It is a wine that tastes very good, with plenty of character and strong aromas.

Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 102042

Pêra Grave, Sociedade Agrícola Unipessoal Lda.

Quinta de São José de Peramanca is located five kilometers from Evora, on state highway 114. The large and traditional house, marked by baroque architecture, and the adjacent church of São José, helps the identification. With 34 acres, the greatest asset of the property is the manor house and its vineyard. As for the peculiar name of the “Peramanca”, it means “oscillating stone, unsafe”, it’s explained by the existence of large, oscillating granite stones in the region. Since Roman times and over the centuries, the surrounding area to the west of Evora was considered one of the most important quality wine producing regions, having the area become known as the “Land of Peramanca”, given the abundance of these swinging stones. In the late nineteenth century, the wines produced there won several medals in international competitions. However, by that time, the scourge of phylloxera has come to end up with wine cultivation almost everywhere in the country.