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Val Moreira Red 2018

14,50 €

Red wine produced with Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Sousão, Tinta Amarela, Tinta Francisca and Tinto Cão, the aging was part in stainless steel (30%) and part in 500l barrels (70%) and 225l of French oak. The aroma has some floral notes, black plums and red fruits in some vanilla, caramel and spices. In the mouth it is simultaneously vigorous and smooth, wrapped in fine tannins, making it an elegant and well-structured wine.

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Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
Light Full-bodied
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Producer Producer: Quinta do Val Moreira
Winemakers: Bernardo Cabral, Filipe Sevinate Pinto and Ricardo Gomes
Cellar Douro DOC
Grapes Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Sousão, Tinta Amarela, Tinta Francisca and Tinto Cão
Aging 30% in stainless steel and 70% in 500l and 225l French oak barrels
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 14,5%
Bottle Size: 75 cl
Harmonizations Red meat, white meat and Italian pasta dishes
Ideal temperature: 16º to 18ºC

Located on the south bank of the Douro River, in Cima-Corgo, the historic Quinta do Val Moreira was purchased by XVINUS in 2018 and requalified for wine tourism. It has 23 hectares dedicated to the production of Port and high quality Douro wines, 2 hectares of olive groves and 2 hectares of peanuts. Quinta do Val Moreira consists of an old map from the 19th century, well known at the time: the map of the Baron de Forrester who had the dream of making the Douro River navigable and safe to the Spanish border.

Part of the vineyards is located in another tributary valley of the Douro, which had one of the largest water lines between Marmelal and Folgosa. They called him Valmor. These vines are contiguous to the ruins of the old house of “Quinta de Valmor” that would have belonged to the Viscount of Valmor.

Another historical aspect surrounding the estate is its location near one of the two landmarks built by Marquês de Pombal in 1757, which served to delimit the area of ​​the Douro's fortified wines, giving rise to the first demarcated wine region in the world.

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