“TASTING NOTES:View: transparent glass with a light yellow call.Nose: fruity aroma with tropical notes of peach and mango, wrapped in floral nuances.Mouth: The palate is fresh, with deep minerality and great complexity. Well structured and elegant, is characterized by a long finish.APPELLATION: AlentejoVINEYARD: Monsaraz is a Portuguese city in the municipality of Reguengos de Monsaraz, was once the capital from 1276 to 1838. This place enchants anyone walking, with its architecture and the wonderful vineyards. Located in the district of Évora, in the Alentejo region, on the border with the region of Extremadura in Spain, this city is an icon wine production in the region. Right in the heart of Portuguese wine production in 1971 a group of 60 producers joined forces to produce and market wines of the region, the founding of the winery Carmin.GRAPES: Antão Vaz 60%, Gouveio 30%, 10% ViosinhoPREPARATION: After alcoholic fermentation, the wine is aged in the same barrels for eight months with a regular battonage. After mature bottled up within two months.PAIRING: This wine is a great accompaniment to seafood dishes or seafood. It is also ideal as an aperitif.RECOMMENDED SERVINGTEMPERATUR:E: 10-12 ° CALCOHOL 14%”
“TASTING NOTES OF Monsaraz Reserva 2015:
- View: garnet.
- Nose: ripe blackberry and raspberry flavor, spicy notes.
- Mouth: ample wine with deep minerality and great complexity.
GRAPES: Alicante Bouschet, Trincadeira, Touriga Nacional.
AGEING: 9 months in barrels of French and American oak.
PREPARATION: fermentation with selected at 26 °C, macerated for 20 days yeast.
PAIRING: meat dishes grilled or roasted, pates and cheeses.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14%”