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Casa de Mouraz Tinto, Dão - 2014

Item # 24564 750mL
$15.99/ Single Bottle
$191.88 $172.69/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

A full-bodied, dry red blend of indigenous grapes. Plush with lots of ripe dark fruits, graphite minerals, ripe plums, and ripe tannins on the finish. This bold red spent a scant eight months in used oak barrels.

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About the Producer

Dão, Portugal In this old land of steep slopes and small valleys, located between the mountain ranges of Estrela and Caramulo, the Cistercian monks built the monastery of S.Pedro de Mouraz (12th century), giving rise to the farming of vineyards and wine production in this region. Little has changed to the land, except the industrialization which brought a sad end to the original farming...

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