Produced using the Baga grape, planted in chalky-clay soils using vines with an average age of 40 years old.
Produced using the Baga grape, planted in chalky-clay soils using vines with an average age of 40 years old. A first harvest takes place at the end of August for the production of sparkling wine (‘Espumante') from the same grapes. This increases the concentration and improves the maturation of the remaining grapes which are harvested at the end of September to produce Vinhas Velhas.
Vinified in stainless steel vats for 10 days and matured in used casks (650l of capacity) for 12 months.
To be served with gamey meats as well as other red meat dishes. It will last more than 15 years.
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Deeply structured with red currants and sloe/mulberry notes, rather delicious.
We seem to keep saying this, but probably the best Meandro yet. Its getting harder and harder to think of this as a 'second' wine. Trademark super-fine grained tannins provide the frame for layers and layers of dusty-rich fruit.
Dark intense colour and aroma with great complexity, with concentrated black fruit, spicy intense notes of black and green pepper, and elegant balsamic notes along with tobacco and earthy aromas; ending with coffee, moka and toasty aromas.
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Concentrated and powerful, packed with wild cherry flavours and supple tannins.
A smooth velvety character with mature fruit. Good ageing potential.
Velvety, harmonious and very persistent at the same time. Very well balanced, with distinct class and style. A great alternative to Barolo.
Once your order is ready, we will contact you, then you can pop into the shop and pick it up in person. No charge!
Local delivery is £4.99, or free for orders over £50.
We deliver to HU1, HU2, HU3, HU4, HU5, HU7, HU8, HU9, HU10, HU13, HU14, HU15, HU16, HU17, HU20
Standard delivery is £7.99 and may take up to 10 working days, although normally your order should be delivered within 3-5 working days.
Free delivery on orders over £200.
Please contact us for orders to Scottish Highlands and Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Eire.
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