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Flor Penalva Reserva Dao Tinto (2021)

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Made from a blend of Touriga Nacional, Jaen (the Portuguese name for the grape Mencia), Alfrocheiro and Tinta Roriz. Six months oak ageing gives subtle notes of vanilla and toast which combine with the juicy blackberry and cherry fruits.

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    TypeVegetarian, Vegan Friendly, Red
    Vintage2021
    When to DrinkNow
    Producer Adega de Penalva
    RegionDAO
    GrapesAlfrocheiro (25%) Tinta Roriz (25%) Touriga Nacional (25%) Jaen (25%)
    PairingServe with BBQ lamb chops, cured meats or tomato based vegetarian dishes.
    ABV13%
    Volume75cl (Full Bottle)

    Adega de Penalva do Castelo is a Dão winery revived by Abegoaria, the winemaking project of the Bio family. Originally from Alentejo, Ana and Manuel Bio have invested in Portugal’s wine heritage; modernising facilities, and revitalising wineries in historic wine regions. Penalva`s wines are made using traditional grape varieties grown on the region’s rugged granitic terrain by local farmers in the district of Castendo. The protection of the Serra da Estrela and location at 500m altitude creates a generous microclimate and distinguished wines.

    Dão is one of the oldest established wine regions of Portugal, located just south of the famous Douro Valley. The mountainous region is home to Touriga Nacional, the principle variety of port wine. The region takes its name from the Dão river, a tributary of the larger Mondego river. The majority of the region`s vineyards are located alongside the Dão river. Known for its fresh wines with powerful fruit, with elegant structure and body that can be enjoyed in youth and yet have an excellent potential for ageing.

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    Flor Penalva Reserva Dao Tinto (2021)

    Flor Penalva Reserva Dao Tinto (2021)

    Made from a blend of Touriga Nacional, Jaen (the Portuguese name for the grape Mencia), Alfrocheiro and Tinta Roriz. Six months oak ageing gives subtle notes of vanilla and toast which combine with the juicy blackberry and cherry fruits.

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