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Set of 6 Bottles Quinta S. José

2 Flor de S. José White

2 Quinta S. José Colheita Red

2 Quinta S. José Touriga Nacional

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Set of 6 Bottles Quinta S. José

2 Flor de S. José White

2 Quinta S. José Colheita Red

2 Quinta S. José Touriga Nacional

 

Flor de  S. José White

 

Ratings and Awards

2013: Portugal Wine Trophy 2014: Gold Medal

 

Grape Variety:

45% Viosinho

35% Rabigato

20% Gouveio

 

Origin: Higher areas of the Douro, with an altitude between 450 and 500 meters, allowing a good temperature range. These conditions are

extremely important to mature slowly in order to preserve the flavors of the grapes variety, its freshness and acidity. Vinification: Grapes are harvested by variety and plots in boxes of 20Kg, and put in cold at 5/6°C. After fully stalked, they are crushed. The must was subtly

pressed and decanted until necessary limpidity. It fermented in a temperature between 14/16°C in vat during 3 weeks, in order to

enhance the primary flavors. The wine was submitted to coerce before bottling.

 

Tasting Notes:

With a citrus color, the wine shows up initially very discreet with very fresh notes, citrus, tropical mild later evolving for some minerals, more

discreet and elegant notes. In the mouth is fresh with balanced and present acidity. Fine and complex with a good character of fruit, excellent balance between alcohol, acidity and fruit, and a very thin and long finish.

 

Serving: Should be served chilled at a temperature of 10/12°C, and accompanying fish dishes and even pasta.

 

Conservation: Keep in a dry place with a fresh and constant temperature. The bottle should be stored horizontally.

 

Alcoholic Contents: 13,5% Vol. (20ºC)

Total Acidity: 5,60 g/dm3 (Ácido Tartárico)

Volatile Acidity Fixed: 0,20 g/dm3 (Ácido Acético)

PH 3,17

 

Winemaker: João Brito e Cunha

 

 

Quinta de S. José Red Douro DOC

Ratings and Awards

2012: Berliner Wein Trophy 2014: Silver Medal

2011: Wines of Portugal Challenge 2014: Silver Medal

2009: National Bottled Wines Challenge 2011: Silver Medal

         International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011 - Touriga Nacional Blends: Silver

2008: National Bottled Wines Challenge 2010: Silver Medal

 

Grape Variety:

40% Touriga Franca

55% Touriga Nacional

5% Tinta Roriz

 

Origin: The grapes used to make this wine came from the different parcels of grapes from Quinta de S. José, which is situated in Cima Corgo, next to the river, from 150 to 300m of altitude. North exposition and very schist soil.

 

Vinification: Grapes are harvested by castes and plots in boxes of 44 pounds and put in cold at 5/6ºC. After fully stalked and crushed, they fermented in lagares (sort of top open ferment tanks), in order to enhance the richness of the grapes and skins go gentle to the juice.

After malolactic fermentation, the wine matured in used french oak barrels of 225 and 400 liters, during about 10 months.

 

Tasting Notes:

Very deep and purple colour. Very alive and quite distinct flavours, where fruity and floral nature predominates with spicy notes coming

from the wood, are well integrated and balanced with the wine. The palate shows balanced acidity, fruity nature, very good structure with

Great tannins. Good and long finish with a great balance.

 

Serving: Should be served chilled at a temperature of 14/16ºC.

Conservation: Keep in a dry place with a fresh and constant temperature. The bottle should be stored horizontally.

Alcoholic Contents: 13,5% Vol. (20ºC)

Total Acidity: 4,5 g/dm3 (Ácido Tartárico)

Volatile Acidity Fixed: 0,4 g/dm3 (Ácido Acético)

PH 3,66

 

Production: 14.700 bottles of 0,75L

 

Winemaker: João Brito e Cunha

 

 

Quinta de S. José Touriga Nacional Douro DOC

Ratings and Awards

2011: Portugal Wine Trophy 2014: Silver Medal

         Wines of Portugal Challenge 2013: Silver Medal

         Choose for 50 GREAT PORTUGUESE WINES USA 2013 – By Joshua Greene, Editor of Wine & Spirits

         Mark Squires Best of 2013 on Wine Advocate – 90/100

 

Grape Variety: 100% Touriga Nacional

Origin: The grapes used to make this wine, came from the different parcels of grapes from Quinta de S. José which is situated in Cima Corgo, next to the river, from 100 to 250m of altitude. North exposition and very schist soil. North exposition and very schist soil.

 

Vinification: Grapes are harvested by castes and plots in boxes of 25 Kg at its optimal maturation. After fully stalked and crushed, they fermented in lagares (sort of top open ferment tanks), in order to enhance the richness of the grapes and skins go gentle to the juice. After malolactic fermentation, the wine matured in used french oak barrels of 300 liters, during about 12 months.

 

Tasting Notes:

Very deep and purple colour. Very complex and distinct flavours, where the typical fruity and floral nature of the variety predominates, and after spicy notes coming from the wood. The palate shows fruit, complexity, great balance and harmony with high level tannins which confers a long finish.

 

Serving: Should be served at a temperature of 14/16ºC.

 

Conservation: Keep in a dry place with a fresh and constant temperature. The bottle should be stored horizontally.

 

Alcoholic Contents:

14% Vol. (20ºC)

Total Acidity: 4,5 g/dm3 (Ácido Tartárico)

Volatile Acidity Fixed: 0,4 g/dm3 (Ácido Acético)

PH: 3,68

Production: 3.400 bottles of 0,75L

 

Winemaker: João Brito e Cunha

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