SUAVIS, Red Wine 2013
Classification: Vinho Regional
Region: Península de Setúbal
5 Grape Varieties: Five different grape varieties, resulting in a beautiful bouquet. Produced in Comporta, Suavis has the freshness and minerality of the Setúbal Peninsula wine region; but being this location further south, we can also find the Alentejo region’s characteristics, giving us an extremely complex and delicate wine.
Colour: Intense garnet colour.
Aroma: Very ripe fruit on the nose, with a hint of wild berries, jam and green tea nuances.
Tasting Notes: Soft and easy mouth attack; Delightful sweetness balance; Medium volume and very soft texture; Harmonious complexity and balance; Vegetable freshness, evident minerality; Persistent finish.
Aroma/Flavour Balance: Consistent and accurate.
Satisfaction: Catchy and easy drinking
Grape Varieties: Syrah, Trincadeira, Castelão, Aragonez, Alicante Bouschet
Alcohol Content: 13%
Volatile Acidity: 0,63 g/l
Total Acidity: 4,98 g/l
Residual Sugar: 2,5 g/l
Dry Extract: 27,4 g/l
Bottled: April 2014
Number of Bottles: 20000
Food Pairing Suggestions: Wide range of food pairing. We recommend grilled meat or fish, sushi, fried vegetables and noodles.
Ideal Drinking Temperature: Between 16ºC and 18ºC.
Winemaking by TOPWINES TEAM: The grapes were harvested at night. Handmade in a natural production concept, this wine was fermented in lagares (shallow, open vats), and some pressed wine was added. The wine was cold filtered.