BELLUS, Red Wine 2013
Classification： Vinho Regional
Region: Península de Setúbal
Location: This wine, produced in Comporta region, has the typical characteristics of freshness and minerality of the wine region of the Setúbal Peninsula; but, being this location further south, we can also find the Alentejo region’s characteristics of fruit and jam in it, as well as its varieties – Aragonez and Trincadeira.
Colour: Grenade, crystalline and young appearance.
Aroma: Violet, cherry, plum, compote, acorn, clay, green tea.
Tasting Notes: Mouth attack is likeable and subtle; Sweetness is noticeable but discreet and elegant; Volume is medium, slight; Texture is soft, velvety; Structure is harmonious and balanced; Small presence of acidity but with some freshness; High complexity with vegetable tannins and evident minerality; Final is persistent.
Aroma/Flavour Balance: Consistent and accurate.
Satisfaction: Delicious, easy and catchy.
Alcohol Content: 13,5%
Volatile Acidity: 0,57 g/l
Totla Acidity: 5,20 g/l
Residual Sugar: 2,6 g/l
Dry Extract: 29,7 g/l
Bottled: April 2014
Number of Bottles: 6000
Food Pairing suggestions: Wide range of food pairing, or even to enjoy alone. Wine specially designed for Asiatic food as well as western food.
Ideal Drinking Temperature: Served ideally at 16 oC.
Winemaking by TOPWINES TEAM: Combining our best Aragonez and Trincadeira, handmade in a natural concept, the wine was fermented in lagars (shallow, open vats) and partially staged in wood barrels for 3 months.