Red Wine
Reserva 2014, 75cl

approx. £15.15



 Serve at 16º-18º


O Produtor, tasting note published in April 20th 2015

The aromatic elegance characteristic of the Touriga Nacional variety is compounded by some spices from the French oak barrels where it staged. It has a full mouth proof, which is enveloping and with silky tannins balanced by an elegant acidity, in a very persistent set.

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Wine promotions cannot be combined with other discounts or coupons. The Vincentino vineyards are located on the Alentejo coast, enjoying both the Portuguese sun and the Atlantic breeze. In Zambujeira do Mar, where the high Alentejo temperatures are attenuated by the Atlantic, the typical concentration of the interior viticulture is balanced by the freshness and humidity of the sea, leading to an ideal maturation. With this, the grapes ripen slowly and evenly, with fresh and moist winters, mild summers, and the constant presence of the sea winds, creating wines where the elegance surpasses the sturdiness. Planted in clay-schist and sandy-loam soils, with low productive potential, the vine varieties of the Vincentino show their best attributes. The low productivity imposed by the soil will act as a stimulus to the quality of the grapes that form, promoting an ideal concentration of organic acids, sugars and phenolic compounds. The achievement of this balance between quantity and quality, together with a mild climate, allows us to obtain an excellent raw material. Vinification: for 10 days at 26ºC, followed by a month of prolonged maceration, in contact with the films. Stage: in French oak barrels (new and used) for 11 months.

Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 104203


30 years ago, when Ole Martin Siemfirst came to Portugal, the agricultural background from his educational and professional path led him to recognize the ideal soil and climate conditons for wine production in the region. Ole Martin Siem was born in Norway, but he has travelled all over the world developing his business of fruit and vegetables production and trade. Of all the visited countries, Portugal stood out both for the quality of the Alentejo wines and for the stunning landscapes of the Vicentino coast. It was ther, where the sea and the cliffs meet in one unique ecosystem that he chose to planthis vineyards. The harvested grapes from these vineyards, the result of hours of work and dedication, are the secret of the Vicentino.


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