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Lapa dos Gaivões Grande Reserve Red

Terroir: The vineyards are planted on very poor, finely textured acidic soils.
The climate is Mediterranean and cooled by the winds from the Serra de Sao Mamede providing daily temperature extremes in order to concentrate the acidity required for age able wines. The majority of vineyards are south-facing planted on the foothills of granite mountains.
The challenging growing environment produces very low yields (3tonnes/ha) of concentrated grapes that make wines of great complexity, elegance and minerality.
Grapes: Touriga Nacional mainly
Vinification: Pre-fermentation maceration at low temperatures.Primary fermentation lasted 10 days bellow 24ºC at mill stone.
Bottling: April 2011. 2.076 bottles



Tasting notes

Colour: Deep ruby with purple tones.
Aroma: Intense aromas of black fruits.
Palate: Fresh mint, baking spices and toast carry though on the palate, supported by bright acidity and finely ploshed tannins. The finish is complex expressing chocolate truffle and minerality.



Chemical Analysis

Alcohol (%): 13,5
Total Acidity (g/l): 5,0
Residual Sugar (g/l): 2,4
pH: 3,83

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