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Quinta do Mouro Estremoz 2012

Quinta do Mouro Estremoz
Category: Wine > Red Wine
Alcohol: 14.0%
Unit Size: 75.0 cl
Origin: Portugal > Alentejo
Body: e - Full
Maturity: Drink now, but will keep
Retail: £42.99
Stock: Only 10 left
Martinez Ref: PORTUR030

Tasting Note

Astonishingly, the first release under the quinta's label was as recent as 1998. Perhaps unusually by Alentejo standards, the main wine here can age wonderfully, hence its release with a degree of bottle age already. Like the winemaking here (treading, open fermenting), expect few concessions to modernity. But that's what makes things special here, and of all the region's producers, perhaps now the best illustration of classic red Alentejo.
Unusually, it is a very rare example of a Portuguese producer who still uses a proportion of native oak for maturing their top reds.