Only since 2010, the region Tejo is a protected quality wine region. This rich in wine from the wines cultivated in the Romans Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz and Castelao is as wild as the Lusitano horses, Cavalo Bravo = wild horse. Alcohol: 13.5% Vol. << br /> < br />
It is only since 2010 that the Tejo region, named after the Tagus River, which comes from southern Portugal, flows into the Atlantic Ocean near Lisbon, a protected quality winegrowing region. This rich in wine from the wines cultivated already by the Romans Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz and Castelao is as wild as the Lusitano horses, Cavalo Bravo = wild horse.
The soil and the climate of the region allow the production of round, polished wines. Even rice is grown here.
A brilliant ruby red in color with purplish hues, fruity aromas of wild blackberries, strawberry, caramel and a memory of mocha in the nose. Delicate on the palate, fruity of strawberry and wild berry with a touch of chocolate. The tannins are well integrated, with a long finish.
Close the eyes, think of the Lusitanos, and enjoy in their thoughts this originality of origin.
Special feature: Here in Portugal, a wine that is especially recommended for game dishes.
Classificação: Vinho Regional Tagus DOC, Reserva
Color / Type: shiny ruby red with purple reflections; Red wine
Region: Tejo, Portugal
This area, located mostly north of the Tagus River, produces straight, polished wines of international class.
Grapes: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz (the Tempranillo) and Castelao
Soil type: lime, sand, alluvial soil
Climate: Continental with Atlantic influence
Harvest: exclusively grapes harvested by hand, without foliage.
A wine that can develop even further when properly stored.
Serving temperature: 16 ° C
Alcohol: 13.5% Vol.
Acidity: 4.8 g. Tartaric acid / ltr.
Volatile acidity: 0.65 g. Acetic acid / Ltr.
Residual sugar: 2.4 g / l.
Scope of delivery: 1 bottle of wine; Transport weight / volume 2.00 kg
Delivery only against proof that the recipient is at least 18 years old.