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Herdade da Malhadinha Nova "Malhadinha Tinto" - 2014

Item # 20850 750mL
$72.96/ Single Bottle
$437.76 $393.98/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

This blend of Alicante Bouchet, Tinta Miuda and Syrah is full of velvety dark fruit on the palate. Lush and full-bodied, this is the ideal red wine to pair with cured or grilled meats. Made by a husband and wife team and their children design the labels.


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