Quanta Terra Grande Reserva 2008
Harmonious, delicate and subtle, this Quanta Terra Grande Reserva 2008 is unique among its peers. From the Quinta do Tralhão, right in the Douro Superior, the hottest and most rugged of the three sub-regions, put aside the stereotype of heavy and muscled wine to invade our taste buds in a gentle and consistent form. A sober wine, fragrant and fruity which appears elegant, with its thin and very long final to ensure a good evolution in bottle.
Food Pairings for Quanta Terra Grande Reserva
Ruby almost opaque. Fresh and complex aroma with hints schist and chemical, elegant fruit, some sophistication. Thick in the mouth, with excellent aggressive and polished tannins, good range, rich, fat, and still remains cool.
Aged 12 months in French Oak.
|Alcohol: 14%||pH: 3.82|
|Total Acidity: 5.29 grams per liter|
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