Wine: Monte do Zambujeiro
Varietal: 50% Aragonez, 23% Alicante Bouschet, 13% Trincadeira, 5% Tinta Caiada, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Syrah.
Denomination: D.O. Borba, Vinho Regional, Alentejo (Portugal).
Alcohol content: 14,5% vol.
Serving temperature: 13°- 16°C.
Limpid, very intense ruby red color, good consistency.
Wine with a fairly complex bouquet of aromas, intense and of fine quality. On the olfactory examination it opens with notes of dried red flowers, followed by hints of small dark berries reminiscent of currant and blackberry. Closing with toasted hazelnut notes.
The sip is well balanced in its components, with a totally invasive tannin, but still well structured. Quite persistent with an aftertaste of ripe fruit and a delicate hint of sweet spices.
A wine that can be appreciated in everyday life, for the whole meal, its excellent value for money, without any doubt a wine to try.
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