J. Portugal Ramos Vinhos (Alentejo)
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Quinta da Viçosa 2015 (Syrah and Trincadeira)
TASTING NOTES Quinta da Viçosa 2015 strong>:
- View: deep.
- Nose: hints of red, powerful and elegant fruit.
- Mouth: strong, vigorous, with compact and well integrated tannins. long and distinctive finish.
GRAPES: Syrah, Trincadeira.
PREPARATION: part of the crop trampled channels open, traditional, known as lagares marble. Fermentation of rest in stainless steel tanks with temperature control.
PAIRING: Red meats, roast beef and grilled meats.
TEMPERATURE: 16-18 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14%
J. Portugal Ramos Vinhos
For more than 20 years, the name João Portugal Ramos has been associated with Portuguese wines, first as a consulting winemaker for well known brands of wine and since 1992 as a bottling producer. The success and the prizes accumulated throughout his career have earned him the national and...
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Creating a wine is an art that we have been perfecting for centuries. Rarely is a good wine the result of chance. In João Portugal Ramos experience, as winemaker, a wine reflects the nature of the earth from which it is born and of those who produce it. Creating a wine is an art that we have been perfecting in Portugal for centuries, nowadays reinforced by systematic, documented knowledge and improved methods. Skill, experience and technology enable João P. R. to improve, with a high level of precision, the different factors that influence the personality of a wine. For João P. R. , helping Portugal's natural potential in this area to shine by creating and reinventing each wine is a passion that he now have the pleasure of introducing and sharing with you.
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Reviews about Quinta da Viçosa 2011
Quinta da Vicosa
Classic red cherry color of a . Aromas of raspberry. Perhaps I noticed it too acidic.
Good complement to a special meat.
Has a strong colour. Smell of gooseberries. Delicious, tasty, liked it.
A good red to finish the meal properly.
Deep in colour. Enormous concentration of aromas. Notes of red fruits, potent and elegant. Solid, vigorous with compact and well integrated tannins. Long and distinct finish. A wine for ageing.
- Winemaker: João Portugal Ramos e José Maria Soares Franco
- Winemaking: Harvest By hand to small cases of 15 kg. Vinification Part of the harvest is foot trodden in traditional shallow, open marble troughs, known as lagares. The remainder is fermented in stainless steel tanks using temperature control.
- Grape Varieties: Syrah, Trincadeira.
- Food Pairing: This wine finely accompanies red meats, roast beef and grilled meats.
- Store and Serve Advices: Storage Lying down at a temperature of 15°C. Serve at a temperature of 16°C to 18ºC.
- Reveals an enormous concentration of aromas
- Notes of jammy red fruits and spices
- Potent and elegant
- Solid, vigorous, with compact and well integrated tannis
- Long and distinct finish
- A wine for ageing
- Grape Varieties: Touriga Nacional, Cabernet Sauvignon.
- Alcohol Grade: 14%
- Tasting Notes: Deep in colour. Enormous concentration of aromas. Notes of jammy red fruits and spices. Potent and elegant. Solid, vigorous, with compact and well integrated tannis. Long and distinct finish. A wine for ageing.
Reviews about Quinta da Viçosa 2012
- Dense, full and spicy, this dark coloured wine shows vivid, intense, structure red and black fruits with a chocolatey, spicy edge. Well integrated acidity in the body of the wine, that together with retronasal aroma reveal a long and persistent finish
- Grapes are de-stemmed and fermentation takes place in French oak vats. Malolactic fermentation then takes place in second year barrels.
- 12 months in new French oak half barrels