Tapada de Coelheiros Red Wine is a...
Tapada de Coelheiros Red Wine is a historical wine produced for the first time in 1991. It was from the beginning made with the predominance of Cabernet Sauvignon and it remains to this day, becoming one of the icons of the caste in Portugal
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|Cast||Cabernet Sauvignon, Trincadeira and Aragonez|
|Total Acidity||5,7 g/l|
|Wine Maker||António Saramago|
|Vinification||Complete fermentation in inox vats at 28ºC|
|Ageing||12 months in french oak casks 100% new. 12 months in bottle|
|Tasting Notes||Garnet colour. Aroma of red fruit and green pepper. Full body, round tannins and a fruit and prolonged finish|
|Enjoy||Grilled or roast meat, game, risotto and soft cheese|
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
Herdade de Coelheiros is a family estate that has been producing quality wines in the Alentejo since 1991. Located in Igrejinha, Arraiolos municipality, shares the philosophy of art of the famous handmade carpets: the embroidery at the smallest point known, resulting in the possibility of a detailed and rigorous design. (Carpet of Arraiolos - Teresa Pacheco Pereira) This is how the Coelheiros wines are born, from plot to lot and plot to lot, a composition that is woven in deep connection with land and nature