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The wine region of Colares, from the Lisbon Wine Region, is a Controlled Denomination of Origin since 1908, the most western point of Continental Europe.
This 1969 Adega Viúva Gomes Red Wine is a monovarietal of the Ramisco grape variety, indigenous to this region, from vines planted in the sandy soils of Colares. It possesses aromatic notes of moist ground and raisin cherry, with a pleasant freshness and lively tannins.
The Red Wine Adega Viúva Gomes 1969 is vinified using a fermentation in a winery, followed by an aging in vats and exotic woods, with the use of a 100% Portuguese natural cork stopper.
Tasting Notes: The Red Wine Adega Viúva Gomes 1969 gained over time a brownish tint, although it maintains a pleasant freshness, on the nose you can feel the aromas of cherry in the air, already in the mouth, it presents a light structure with well-marked tannins and notes of iodine at the end.
Grapes/varietes: Ramisco (100%)
Harmonization: We recommend with game dishes and to allow some time to breath and to carefully decant it.
Serving temperature: Serve between 18 and 19ºC.
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|Type||Protected Designation of Origin|
|Btl. Capac||0.65 Liter|
|Tasting notes||These old wines gained an onion skin color, although it has maintained a pleasent freshness with aromatic notes of raisin cherry and damp earth|
|Production||The Ramisco grape, authocthon in this region Colares|
|Palate||In the mouth this wine has a light structure, where the tannins are marked along with some acidity due to sea winds, presenting a finish of sea salt notes|