Adega de Borba Rosé

Designation: DOC Borba
Grape varieties: Aragonez and Syrah.

Soils: Chalky-clay and schist.

Winemaker: Óscar Gato
Vinification: The grapes were selected from certified vines for the production of DOC wines from the sub-region of Borba. The harvest was performed manually during the mornings to achieve the ideal temperature of the grapes as they arrived in the winery. The grapes were then destemmed and slightly crushed, process after which a peculiar maceration was performed in stainless steel vats for 12 hours at a controlled temperature of 10ºC. After the sangria and slight pressing, the tear must ferments in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature of 15º. The stabilisation through the cold method and the final filtration then follow. The wine is immediately bottled to maintain its fruitiness, freshness and persistence in flavour.


Alcohol content: 12,5% Vol
Total Acidity: 6,00 g/L
pH: 3.20
Total SO2: <140 mg/L

Tasting Notes

Colour: Clear appearance and a salmon colour.
Aroma: Good intensity and aromas of black currant and red plums.
Palate: Flavours of wild fruits, very fresh with bittersweet finish.

How to serve: Best served at 8-10ºC.
Gastronomy: Accompaniment with seafood, grilled fresh fish, white meat or aperitif.
Consumption: Best consumed after bottling or stored up to 2 – 3 years.


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