Adega de Borba Premium

Designation: DOC Borba
Grape varieties: Alicante Bouschet, Cabernet Sauvignon, Touriga Nacional and Trincadeira

Soil: Schist

Winemaker: Óscar Gato

Vinification: This wine was produced with selected grapes from the oldest vines in the region of Borba. After a rigorous control of the maturation of the grapes in the vine, the grapes were de-stemmed and crushed smoothly when they arrived in the winery, after which the alcoholic fermentation process followed, having been performed in stainless steel lagares (wine  presses) with mechanical pressing.
The vinification process ends with maceration during 10 days at a controlled temperature of 22-25 º C. The malolactic fermentation was performed in low-volume stainless steel vats.

Ageing: The wine aged for six months in new French, American and chestnut oak barrels, having then been bottled and spent 6 months ageing in the bottle.



Alcohol: 14%Vol
Total Acidity: 5,80 g/l
pH: 3,50
Total SO2:< 120 mg/


Tasting Notes

Color: Deep grenade colour.
Aroma: Good aromatic intensity with notes of ripened red fruits, jam and ripened pepper.
Palate: Soft and elegant flavour with notes of black fruits, coffee and chocolate; fine structure and persistent aftertaste.

How to serve: Best served at 17-18ºC.

Gastronomy: Goes well with a rich stew, roast lamb, game and traditional cheeses. This wine can be enjoyed immediately, or if you prefer, you can also cellar it up to 5 years.


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Vinhos do Alentejo 2023