Vinha D'Ervideira Special Edition Red 2013, Double Magnum-wooden case pack
The estates of Monte da Ribeira and Herdadinha both belong to the Leal da Costa family, which can be traced back to the Count of Ervideira, a successful farmer who lived between 19th and 20th centuries. The Count, who received his nobel title from king Carlos I in recognition for his social work in the region, began producing wine in 1880, as one can see in the bottles the company proudly exhibits in its wine tasting room. With 160 ha of vineyards, divided between the Vidigueira and Reguengos estates, Ervideira’s administration is held by the family matriarch D. Maria Isabel and her six children, being Duarte Leal da Costa the executive director. The oenological direction is under direction of Nelson Rolo.
Maceration Pre–Fermentative at low temperatures, Fermentation in tanks equipped with mechanical robot steps, Malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels. 6 months in French oak barrels.
A selected blend with four different varities, create a wine with strong flavour at chocolate, mint and currants, resulting in an appeling, greedy race, with tannis present and well integrated, resulting in a final long and persistent mouth.
Store and serve advices
Between 16 and 18ºC.
Great with cheek of “mirandesa” veal stewed with spices.
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