Dão Wine Region.
Nature has given the Dão Demarcated Region a set of happy geographical coincidences. Among deeply mountainous areas, valleys coexist with hills and smooth, rounded slopes.
Here we are facing a Rosé Maria de Santar Wine from the Dão Wine Region, whose harvest takes place in the third week of September. The Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz grapes were fully destemmed and immediately pressed in a pneumatic press. As for the tear wort, it was cooled and decanted at low temperatures for 24 hours. It aged in stainless steel vats at controlled temperature to reinforce the aromas of the varieties.
Tasting Notes: This Maria de Santar Rosé Wine is presented in a salmon-colored glass, with a complex aroma of wild fruits, spices and smoked notes on the nose, with a good volume on the mouth, with polished tannins and a long and enveloping finish.
Grapes/varietes: Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz.
Harmonization: As we present this wine for the day-to-day, it can be the company of a warmer day, as well as a good option to accompany the daily meals, namely fish, salads and white meats with this Maria de Santar White Wine..
Serving temperature is: Serve between 5º and 7ºC.
Responsible for oenology: Carlos Lucas, Eng.º
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|Up to 0,88€
|Up to 3,53€
|Protected Designation of Origin
|Grape varietal 2
|Dão e Lafões