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Red Wine Veritas Tinto


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With one beautiful ruby color with grenade rim, red fruit, toasty and vanilla aroma.

Full bodied, intense and balanced wine.

Enjoy this fantastic wine with red roast meats and fat cheeses.

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Delivery: 2 to 6 weeks

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Export Box: 6 bottles

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VARIETIES: Castelao, Cabernet Sauvignon

SOIL: Sandy soil

VINIFICATION: Grapes picked by hand, the fermentation is made at 28ºC in stainless steel vats. The pellicular maceration ends 1 week after fermentation.

AGEING: 6 months in American oak barrels


Alcohol: 13.5 % VOL
Total Acidity:> 4.8 g / l
Residual sugar: <2

SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Serve at 16ºC, ideal with red roast meats and fat cheeses

Visual Appearance: Ruby color with violet reflections
Appearance olfactory: Ripe fruit with some toasty and vanilla notes.
Appearance taste: In the mouth it is a wine with a good structure, intense and persistent.

Recommended temperature for tasting: 16 ºC

Enologist recommendations: Ideal as accompaniment of red meat


  • Best Buy Revista de Vinhos
  • Wine Passion Wise Buy Award
  • Bronze Wines of Portugal 2013
  • Silver AWC Vienna
  • Silver Concurso Nacional de Vinhos Engarrafados ACIC - Cidade de Coimbra, 2009

The Grapes


Castelao Wine GrapesCastelao is one of the grape varieties most cultivated in the south of Portugal, particularly in the area of Palmela.

It has had many names throughout times: Joao de Santarem, Castelao Frances and the popularly spread Periquita.

Castelao develops best in hot climates and sandy and dry soils.

Wines produced by this grape variety are concentrated, aromatic (raspberry and gooseberry) and have good ageing potential.

The Palmela region produces the best wines from this grape variety.

Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon Wine GrapesCabernet Sauvignon is the most international of all French grape varieties, being widely grown across all five continents.

It has found a special niche and style in the Palmela region, one of the few Portuguese winegrowing regions where it can ripen to perfection.

Cabernet Sauvignon is one of those varieties that can be termed "enriching"; deeply colored and thick-skinned, it can spice up blends, imbuing body and consistency to well-composed, perfumed, fruity and spicy wines.

It is rarely bottled as a varietal wine in the Palmela region, but is present in small amounts to give structure in many wines.

Appreciated for its versatility, resistance and correctness it yields wines of immense longevity that age with elegance and security.