Beyra Reserve Red 2012, Magnum Wooden case pack
Grapes come from vineyards planted in the plateau area of Beira Interior wine region, at an average altitude of 700 meters, growing in schist soils. The vineyards are all of native varieties that are perfectly adapted to environmental and climatic characteristics created by the altitude, chosen one by one depending of the vintage.
Hand picked grapes, reception with full destemming, followed by crushing and cooling. Fermentation between 22 - 26 ºC during 7 days with smooth maceration. Ageing during 8 months in 1/3 French and 2/3 American new oak barrels.
Fruity aroma with very elegant and discreet minerality in balance with barrel ageing notes. Berries, spices, subtle notes of vanilla and toast. Fruity and persistent with fresh and elegant aftertaste.
Store and serve advices
Storage Lying down at a temperature of 15°C. Serve at a temperature of 16°C to 18ºC.
Try it with beef roasts, Iberian ham and cheeses.
Reviews and Awards
- Bronze medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2015
- Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2014 (2012)
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