The winery Herdade do Esporão elaborates this Herdade do Esporão Monte Velho , a red wine from Alentejo that contains trincadeira, touriga nacional, syrah and aragonêz grapes. The Herdade do Esporão Monte Velho is the ideal red to combine with grilled meats and red meat. 4,1 of 5 points is the average score of this red according to Uvinum users.
“Esporão Monte Velho is bright red ruby red in color. The smell much fruit, for example, red berries and light toasty notes of oak. Also in the taste, these back, especially the soft tannin structure is enjoyable with this wine. Enjoyable gourmet wine from Portugal.”
- Deep red ruby. Spicy red and dark berry fruits on the nose, earthy notes. Fresh and elegant with good fruit depth, nicely structured
- Destemming, crushing, primary fermentation in stainless steel temperature controlled tanks, pressing, malolatic fermentation
- 6 month in tanks and in american oak”
“- Monte Velho Red is an alentejo wine of clear ruby colour
- Reveals ripe red berry fruits with dry vegetable notes, complex and subtle
- It is a fresh and elegant wine withgood balance and structure
- Grape Varieties: Aragonês, Syrah, Touriga Nacional, Trincadeira.
- Alcohol Grade: 13,5%
Clear deep ruby colour. Berry fruit aromas with some complex subtle toasty notes. Elegant palate with good depth of fruit and a fine tannic structure.
- Winemaker: David Baverstock and Luís Patrão
- Winemaking: A wine for all occasions. The profile is balanced and gastronomic, highlighting the best aromas and flavours of Alentejo grapes. Destemming, crushing, fermentation in stainless steel tanks with temperature control, membrane pressing, controlled malolactic fermentation, ageing in stainless steel tanks and american oak barrels for 6 months prior to blending and bottling.
- Grape Varieties: Aragonês, Trincadeira, Touriga Nacional, Syrah.
- Food Pairing: This wine finely accompanies red meats, roast beef and grilled meats.
- Store and Serve Advices: Ideal Consumption Date: 2013-2017”
“Tasting Notes: Limpid, ruby color. Aroma of wild berries and engaged in subtle notes of toast, showing some complexity. The palate is elegant and in some depth, showing fine tannins
Grapes: Aragonês, Trincadeira, Castelão
Pairing: Hunting, Pastas, Pizzas, Baked Grain”