São Domingos Grande Reserve Red 2011

The singularity of the Portuguese viticulture comes from the perfect harmony of national grapes blended with grapes of other great wine-growing countries. São Domingos proudly honors its 80 years of winemaking in the Bairradda with their Grande Escolha. A wine to surprise the world with its originality , longevity and elegance.

Tasting Notes Concentrated aroma, with notes of wild berries with a floral nuances and a touch of spice. Full and round in the mouth, with soft tannins from the well integrated wood, revealing a persistent and complex finish.
Vinification/Maturation Manual grape harvest for 20Kgs cases, grapes are destemmed, temperature controlled fermentation in steel vats at 27ºC. After malolactic fermentation, the wine matured for 12 months in young French and American oak casks.
Technical info Total acidity 5,91 g/L Total sugar 4,2 g/L pH 3,61
Wine Maker Susana Pinho
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Grapes harvested from S. Lourengo do Bairro, Vilarinho Bairro and Ventosa do Bairro, created in sandy clay soils, with a planting density between 3500 to 4500 plants per hectare. Using Guyot upward training. The vineyards are monitored throughout the growing season, from pruning to harvest, ensuring a high quality production of wine and health, ranging between 7 and 10 tonnes per hectare.
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