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Wine: Terra do Zambujeiro
Varietal: 38% Aragonés, 27% Alicante Bouschet, 17% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Touriga Nacional, 0,4% Syrah, 0,3% Petit Verdot.
Denomination: D.O. Borba, Vinho Regional, Alentejo (Portugal).
Alcohol content: 15% vol.
Serving temperature: 13°- 16°C.
Limpid, very intense ruby red color almost impenetrable, consistent.
On the olfactory examination it is a scent of perfumes. The bouquet of its scents is broad and complex: floral, fruity, toasted and spicy. Opening reminiscent of a potpourri of red flowers, accompanied by hints of small dark berry fruits, reminiscent of durone cherry, black currant and blackberry. Notes of sweet spices are integrated with hints of toasted hazelnut and aromas of precious woods.
The sip is particularly rich, opulent, with important and well-structured tannins. Excellent taste-olfactory persistence that gives a finish with a delicious aftertaste of ripe fruit.
Sample of fine quality, to be tried in combination with structured meat dishes.
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