Cem Reis Viognier

Vineyard Location: Évora – Escoural

Climate: Mediterranean. Hot dry days and cool nights.

Soil Types: Clay(ey) limestone of medium depth.

Grape Variety: 100% Viognier

Classification: Vinho Regional Alentejano

Viticulture and Winemaking: The fruit is hand harvested, into 20kg picking bins. The fruit is gently pressed and fermented at 12ºC partly in stainless steal tanks (80%) and the remainder in oak barrels.

Ageing: The wine is left to age for 5 months in barrel.

Alcohol: 14% v/v

Production: 2.000 Bottles (0.75lt)

Release Date: August 2011


Tasting Notes

Colour: Light yellow in colour.
Aroma: Intense nose, with hints of ripe pineapple, fresh citrus and a touch of spicy oak.
Palate: The mouthfeel is rich and full with concentrated aromas. The acid is well balanced and long in the mouth.

Storage: Store at 8-10 ºC

Service: A wine high in alcohol, is to be served at 8ºC and drunk at 10ºC.

Food pairing: This wine is suited to be matched with main dishes of fish and sea food as well as with grilled white meats

Winegrower: Philip Mollet

Winemaker: António Maçanita

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