Wines Santos da Casa

Wines Santos da Casa

Santos da Casa Grande Reserva Vinho Regional Alentejano

Being each bottle unique, this is a limited production of 1276 bottles.

Winemaking

The grapes are destemmed and crushed directly into the vat; 3 days of cold maceration. Alcoholic fermentation of Alicante Bouschet at 24 ° C to preserve the fruit. Malolactic fermentation in stainless steel vats. Malolactic in new barrels of French oak.

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Degustation

4
Intensity
4
Smooth
4
Fresh
3
Dry

Technical sheet

RegionAlentejovarieties80% Alicante Bouschet & 20% Petit VerdotSoilsGranitic limestone gray soilClimateMediterranean with continental influence hot and very dry summersWinemakingThe grapes are destemmed and crushed directly to a vat; 3 days cold soak; Alicante Bouschet ferments at 24ºC to preserve primary fruit. Malolatic fermentation occurs in stainless steel vats. Petit Verdot starts fermenting at 12ºC and gradually raisesStage24 months in French new oakAlcohol14,5 %Acidity5,2 gr/lPH3,64Residual sugar0,6 gr/lDownloadsSantos da Casa GRANDE RESERVA Alentejo Red Wine 2016_EN.pdf

Degustation

Made from vineyards in Alentejo's sub-region Estremoz, the grapes are trodden by feet in traditional stone winepress and the 24 month stage is made in French oak barrels.
Dense in color with lots of fruit, good toasted wood notes with nuances of black plum and chocolate. In the mouth is full, good concentration and good end.
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