Tinto da Ânfora Red

Denomination: Regional Alentejano

Grape Varieties: Aragonez, Trincadeira, Touriga Nacional and Cabernet Sauvignon

Ageing: 12 months in new french oak

Winemaker: Hugo Carvalho

Soil Type: Clay and limestone

First Harvest: 1978

History: Produced since the first vintage in 1978, it was most likely the first Portuguese w
wood barrels. Being one of the first brands for the company, throughout its lifetime on the market it has maintained the philosophy of producing a wine using grapes from different sub regions that came together to show off the strong personality of wines from Alentejo.

Profile: The grapes come from the vineyards located at Marta (Borba) and Herdade das Ânforas (Arraiolos). The Aragonez was harvested early in the first week of September, the Touriga Nacional and the Cabernet Sauvignon was harvest at the end of September.

Vinification: Aragonez, Touriga Nacional, Trincadeira and Cabernet Sauvignon, the grapes were fermented separately in temperature controlled stainless steel.



Alcohol (%vol.): 14
Total Acidity (g/I AT): 5,1
pH: 3.70
Residual Sugar: 3,4
Total SO2 (mg/I): 95

Serving Temperature: 16 - 18º C


Tasting Notes

A vintage that combines potency and elegance.
Colour: Brightly colored, intense and profound.
Aroma: Presents rich, concentrated, and complex nose and mouth.
Palate: Notes of cherry, blackberry, and plums combined with floral and vanilla nuances, on the palate feel balanced acidity with a firm and elegant structure.

Gastronomy: Tinto da Ânfora 2014 pairs well with traditional meals from the Alentejo region which includes several types of elaborate dishes with pork, rabbit, or lamb. Generally, dishes from this region include meats, sausages, and delicious cheeses. Experiment with your favorites!


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