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Composed of grape varieties typical to the region, together with international castes that are usually planted in the Alentejo region. In the test, it presents great aromatic intensity, with fresh fruit, such as plums and blackberries. Elegance and freshness mark this wine with an elegant, harmonious, and gastronomic profile.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Grapes||Aragonês, Syrah, Trincadeira and Alicante Bouschet|
|Pairing||Strong meat dishes Strong cheeses|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
The first Guarda Rios harvest was done in 2006 and, curiously, not in the Alentejo. This wine is associated to the Winemaker and Director of Monte da Ravasqueira, who, in 2012, brought the Guarda Rios with him. Like the birds, this wine migrated and settled next to the dams on a property in Arraiolois, where it found the ideal terroir in which to express all its exuberance and vivacity.
In the wine cellar, these grapes were vinified at low temperatures in order to preserve the intensity of the aromas and flavours so typical of this region’s grape varieties. The wine was then fermented in stainless steel vats and partially aged in barrels of French oak. It goes well with intense flavours.
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