Reguengos Reserva Red

Grape varieties: Tinta Caiada, Alicante Bouschet, Trincadeira and Aragonez.
Soils: Predominantly deriving from eruptive rocks highlighting the Quartz Diorites, some hints of derivatives of Schist and a slight hint with soils deriving from Ranas. 


Tasting Notes

Colour: Wine which is crystalline in appearance, ruby-coloured.
Aroma: Evolved aroma of spices, raisins and vanilla.
Palate: With smooth tannins lending it a prolonged aftertaste. It stands out for its prominent regional characteristics.

Ageing and Consumption: The bottles shall be laid down with the wine in contact with the cork in a cool place (around 12ºC) with some humidity (75% of relative humidity). These conditions shall be kept constant throughout the year.

This wine can be drunk immediately or, if you prefer, you can let it age for 3 to 4 years.

Gastronomy: Good accompaniment to Ensopado de Borrego, migas and other Alentejan pork dishes and cured or semi-cured cheeses.

It should be drunk at a temperature of 18ºC





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