Wine Piano Grande Reserva DOC Red 2011 1,5L Magnum
Balsamic aroma, notes of very dense black fruit, well integrated with tobacco and vanilla from wood, in the mouth this wine is dense
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Producer: Carlos Alonso Douro Wine
Region: Douro, Portugal
Wine Type: Red, Grande Reserva
Controlled Denomination of Origin (DOC)
Varietal Composition: Touriga Nacional (60%), Touriga Franca (30%) e Tinta Barroca (10%)
Provenance: Quinta da Ribeira; Cima-Corgo, Concelho de Alijó
Location Vineyard: Cima Corgo
Altitude: 500 -600 meters
Climate and Soil: Warm and dry. Large temperature range. Shale.
Harvest: 100% manual for boxes with an average capacity of 20 kg.
Winemaking: Stemming and crushing; bleeding, use of selected yeasts; fermentation for a minimum of 8 days with temperature control. Controlled malolactic fermentation.
Fermentation temperature: 28 – 30 ° C
Fermentation: Stainless steel vats of 10 tonnes with a pump pumping system.
Stage: 100% of the batch aged for a period of 18 months in new French oak barrels.
Alcohol (% v / v): 14
Total acidity (g / L tartaric acid.): 5.95
Volatile Acidity (g / L AC Acetic.): 0.71
Potential Aging: 10-20 Years
Period Consumption Ideal: 1-15 Years
Color: Closed, almost black, with beautiful violet;
Aroma: Balsamic aroma, with notes of very dense black fruit, well integrated with tobacco and Stage own vanilla Wood;
Palate: In the mouth this wine is dense, with good tannins and a very refreshing acidity of its “terroir” but nothing overlap, a set of a smooth density, long and persistent finish.
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