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The Lisbon Region holds an important place in the Portuguese wine landscape, due to the extension of its vineyards but especially due to the quality of its wines and brandies. In Portugal the growing of grapes dates back to before the Roman occupation: (200BC). It was further developed in the Middle Ages by the various religious congregations which settled in the country, and acquired an increasingly important place in the economy and culture of the region.
S. SEBASTIÃO Red Wine 2014 is a Regional Wine from Lisbon, in a region that may be the one that manifests a more accentuated complexity, whatever the character we have to consider, in any case this wine results from vineyards located in the municipality of Arruda dos Vinhos, in vineyards mostly on the hillside, at the top, in the terroir characterized by a Mediterranean climate with strong Atlantic influence, a clay-limestone soil, produced from the Syrah and Tinta Roriz grape varieties.
This S. SEBASTIÃO Red Wine Lisboa 2014 is vinified using classic tanning, with prolonged maceration.
Tasting Notes: S. SEBASTIÃO Red Wine Lisboa 2014 is a garnet colored wine, expressive nose with notes of plum, black fruits and truffles. In the mouth it is fresh with a soft and enveloping structure.
Grapes/varietes: Syrah and Tinta Roriz.
Harmonization: We suggest S. SEBASTIÃO Red Wine Lisboa 2014 to accompany meals with red meats, sausages and game.
Serving temperature is: Serve between 16 and 18ºC.
Responsible for oenology: Filipe Sevinate Pinto.
Premiums achieved: This wine has already been awarded in several national and international competitions.
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|Type||Protected Designation of Origin|
|Btl. Capac||0.75 Liter|
|Grape varietal 2||Tinta Roriz|
|Winemaker||Filipe Sevinate Pinto|
|Tasting notes||Presents a dark ruby color, expressive aroma with prune notes, black fruit and truffle. The palate is fresh with a smooth and engaging structure|
|Wine Pairing||Best paired with red meats, sausages and game|