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Brejinho da Costa Moscatel Purple 2012

31,90 €

Wine produced with grapes from Moscatel Roxo , harvested and selected manually, going immediately to the winery, where they will macerate in deposits for five long months together with a brandy wine. Minimum aging of 5 years in old French oak barrels. With an intense topaz colouration, with greenish reflections. Aromatically it is extraordinary the complexity and power of the aromas due to its evolution, denoting dried fruits,...

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Dry Sweet
Un-oaked Oak aged
Light Full-bodied
Drink now To cellar
Producer Brejinho da Costa
Cellar D.O. Setúbal
Grapes Moscatel Roxo
Aging 5 years in old French oak barrels
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 17,5%
Bottle Size: 50 cl
Harmonizations Deserts and cheese
Ideal Temperature: 12ºC
Wine's Awards 17 Points in Vinho - Grandes Escolhas Magazine

Produced by a family enterprise, the natural call to create wealth for the next generation explains the great care given to a business where every detail is important. They uphold dedication with responsible and sustained guidelines: beyond producing excellent wines, landscape protection and respect for the environment are keystone principles for vineyards and wine growing plantations to become a cultural practice and a tourist attraction.
At Quinta do Brejinho, the viticulture and its varieties were chosen in accordance with the land and the connection of the soil with the near sea, are marked by one strong goal: Quality.
All the work and treatment done under an integrated protection plan, ensure first quality grapes. On the other hand, low productions, controlled by pruning and bunch weedings, made with great accuracy, guarantee a top-class raw material.
To visit Quinta do Brejinho is to meet a place like no other. So unusual as their wines, this is a land that joins long beaches and fruitful sandy soils called brejinhas with a great stone pine forest.
The first portuguese vessels called naus that crossed the Cape of Good Hope were built from this majestic raw material, asserting these special lands with an everlasting promise of discovery.

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