Herdade Barranco do Vale Rosé Negra Mole Reserve 2022

13,90 €

Negra Mole is the second oldest Portuguese grape variety, with greater genetic variability, with white clones and colorful clones, and it is considered the Algarve grape per excellence (indigenous variety), this grape can only be found in Algarve. Very fresh rosé wine, notes of fresh red fruit and some floral reminding jasmine. Slight herbaceous touch, with a very mineral palate with volume and structure, combining the softness of...

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Producer Producer: Herdade Barranco do Vale
Oenology: João do Ó
Region Algarve
Grapes Negra Mole (100%)
Soil Vineyards over 60 years old with clayey-sandy and schist soils.
Winemaking Vinification at controlled temperature of 12ºC for 3 weeks.
Aging 6month aging on fine lees for greater greasiness and complexity. Unoaked wine.
Capacity 750 ml
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 13%
Temperature 8ºC - 10ºC
Harmonizations Seafood, salads, grilled fish, pastas and sushi.

The estate
The estate Herdade Barranco do Vale is located in São Bartolomeu de Messines, in a place called Campilhos, between the sea and the mountains of Monchique and Caldeirão , Algarve (south of Portugal).

The estate extends for about 100 hectares of real natural beauty, where in addition to the vineyards there are cork, carob, olive and pine trees.

The family
The third generation of the family, that now manages the estate in Algarve, intends to combine the traditional and authentic with the most modern techniques in order to provide the market with a product of excellence.

The production
The wine production in the estate started in 2016 with 4 references. 3 reds (2 single-varietal and 1 blend) from the Aragonez and Castelão varieties and 1 rose Negra Mole, all classified as Reserve.

To the existing grape varieties (Negra Mole – Algarve’s native grape – with about 60 years old and Aragonez and Castelão with 20) the new generation has already added white grape varieties that they started producing in 2018 and whose first bottles arrived on the market in May 2019.

Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
Light Full-bodied
Drink now To cellar
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