Conventual Red

Technical Information

Soil Type: Granitic and limestone
Vine Age: 20-30 years
Grape Varieties: Aragonez, Trincadeira and Alicante Bouschet
Pruning Method: Cultivation of the vine in line, pruning method double Royat and in the case of the Trincadeira, double Guyot
Vine Altitude: 400-500 m

Harvest Period: September and beginning of October
Harvest Method: Hand picked and transported in 20 kgs crates
Malolatic: Steel vats
Fermentation: Stainless steel vats
Ageing: n.a.



Concept: This is a wine made for the day-to-day consumption and for those who enjoy a good meal, seeking balance and
harmony. It’s a fresh, young and appealing wine, where you can still see in it the character of Portalegre region.

Vinification: The grapes are handpicked directly to 20 kgs crates, then totally destemmed and fermentation occurs in stainless steel vats with controlled temperature at 28ºC and full contact with the skins throughout 10 days. Afterwards the
wine is pressed. Malolactic fermentation is made in stainless steel vats.

Tasting Notes: Fruity aroma, with predominant ripe red fruits. Soft flavour, fruity, with notes of red fruits, dark chocolate and
soft tannins. Persistent aftertaste.

Food Suggestions: Grilled poultry, pork and beef and italian cuisine.

Analytical Control

Residual Sugar (g/dm3): 0,4
Alcohol (%): 13
PH: 3,68
Total Acidity (g/dm3): 5,3
Total SO2 (mg/dm3): 68

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