Sandra Tavares da Silva
The grapes, which were previously de-stemmed, went through a pre-fermenting maceration at low temperatures. Fermentation took place in stainless steel vats during 10 days, not exceeding 25ºC. The aging and malolactic fermentation took place in French oak barriques during 20 months, after which the wine was bottled.
This blend shows a vibrant nose with spicy blackberry, currant and plum fruit. Ripe and generous offering a lovely mouthful of dark plum and blackberry fruit, balanced with savoury notes, finishes with silky and very fine tannins.
At Quinta de Chocapalha, agriculture is considered an extremely noble activity that elevates everyone who embraces this project. Everything it gives is a gift, particularly wine.
Made up of estates that share the same culture and objectives, Quinta de Chocapalha is part of a group that has a great love of the earth and environment, respecting tradition, history and culture: the Lisbon Family Vineyards.
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