“Varieties: Quinta do Vallado keeps 16 hectares of old vineyards over than 90 years of age. The varieties include: Tinta Roriz, Tinta Amarela, Tourica Franca and others (more than 20 different mixes varieties with an average production of 500gr per plant).
Maturement: Malolactic fermentation in stainless steel vats following to new french oak barrels (Allier), where they remain for 20 months.
Aroma: Very concentrated. With notes of balsamic oak, fig, black prunes and tobacco.
Flavor: Full bodied, firm, mature with acetinated tannins. Mineral notes, a complex and very elegant persistant finish.”
“Quinta do Vallado maintains 16 acres of old vines with more than 90 years with the grapes Tinta Roriz, Tinta Amarela, Touriga Franca and others
Very concentrated. With balsamic notes of oak, fig, prunes and tobacco. The taste is Bond, firm, ripe with silky tannins. Mineral notes and a finish complex and persistent very elegant.”
“I shared a few glasses of Vallado Adelaide Magnum with that person I always am happy to drink wine with.
Nice and pretty colour. It disclosed a very nice smell of white roses. I enjoyed it quite long after the last sip.
This Vallado Adelaide Magnum was a very good pairing for the desserts.”