Style: Red wine – Medium bodied, elegant and fruity
Tasting Note: Delicate aromas of black cherries and plums, the palate has a hint of spice with fine tannin, in all, fruity and silky soft leading to a juicy fresh finish.
Food Pairing: Delicious with beef, pork, chicken, charcuterie, mature Gouda.
Grape: A blend of Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão, Tinta Amarela, Sousão and Tinta Francisca. 8 Bagos (meaning 8 berries) showcases what is fantastic about the Douro region. The wine is made from 8 grape varieties, from 8 vineyards, across the Douro
Producer: Lavradores de Feitoria are a small group of individual producers established in 1999, to co-operate with top quality fruit made under a single umbrella. Each contributor owns their own vines and some have wineries, but they have a central winery in Sabrosa, overseen by outstanding winemaker Paulo Ruao. Lavradores de Feitoria is the only Portuguese company listed in the 30 Producers to Watch by Wine Spectator
Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 13 %
Oak: 12 months in oak, to add spice and complexity.
Vegan Friendly: No
Vegetarian Friendly: No
Residual sugar: 0.8 g/l
Press/Review: To follow shortly
Serving Temperature: 15 – 18 ̊ C