The name Chaminé originates from one of the vineyard plots - Chaminé de Giao, where originally the grapes used in the...Read more...
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The name Chaminé originates from one of the vineyard plots - Chaminé de Giao, where originally the grapes used in the wine were grown.This is Cortes de Cimas most popular wine, boasting a consistent track record, which has attracted many fans both in Portugal and abroad. A juicy, ripe, easy drinking, lighter bodied style of wine, which also happens to be lower in alcohol. Chaminé is bottled early, usually within 6 months of harvest time and without any oak ageing. Best drunk young, but will improve with short term cellaring. Mainly Aragonez and Syrah, blended with other Portuguese varieties.
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