Patrimonio - Red Wine and White Wine - Portugal

Specifications

  • Product Type:

  • Wine

  • Type:

  • Red Wine

  • Taste:

  • Medium Dry

  • Use:

  • Table Wine

  • Place of Origin:

  • Portugal

  • Producing Region:

  • Lisbon

  • Brand Name:

  • Patrimonio

  • Alcohol Content (%):

  • 13%

  • Vintage:

  • 2009

  • Grape Type:

  • Fernao Pires and Arinto

  • Grade:

  • Regional Wine

  • Ageing Container:

  • STAINLESS STEEL TANK

  • Packaging:

  • Bottle, Box

  • Shelf Life:

  • Long Term

  • Model Number:

  • CBPATRIM13BR750

  • Color:

  • Depending on the wine

  • Aroma:

  • Depending on the wine

  • Palate:

  • Depending on the wine

  • Finish:

  • Depending on the wine

Packaging & Delivery

  • Packaging Details:

  • 1 Unit = 1 Bottle (0,75L) 
    Box- 6 bottles 
    Pallet - 600 bottles 
    Min. Order Quantity - Can be multi - product from our product references

  • Delivery Detail:

  • Shipped in 15 days after payment

Product Description

Technical Files

PATRIMÓNIO WHITE


Reviews


History

The wine region of Lisbon is one of the oldest wine producing regions of Portugal. This region is well known for its beautiful landscapes and rural sights.
The climate provides a balanced, ideal “terroir” in
this region. The grapes are grown in natural environment and ideal conditions, resulting in wines with good acidity and structure with great ageing capacity.
This Portuguese winery rst started in January 1964 by the hands of António Francisco Bonifácio, who from a young age has concentrated his efforts in the cultivation and growth of vines and wine production. Able to successfully
manage his business for over 40 years and always with a concern:
Achieving the highest quality products along all the requirements of the market.


VINTAGE INFORMATION


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Classication: DOC
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Grapes:

Fernão Pires and Arinto

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Region: Lisboa
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Type of Soil: Clay-limestone soil

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Tasting Notes:
Colour: Citric

Aroma: Fruity
Taste: Smooth and fresh

Finish: Elegant


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Vinication:
Fermentation in stainless steel vat at 16ºC
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Analyses:
Alcohol – 13%

Total Acidity – 4,5 g/l tartaric acid
Residual Sugar - 1,5 g/l

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Serving suggestions:

It goes very well with salads, grilled shes and seafood. Should be consumed fresh at a temperature between 10º and 12º C.

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Storage: Keep, vertically, in a dry and fresh place, away from sunlight

PATRIMÓNIO RED


Reviews

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88 Points and “Best Buy” by Wine Enthusiast
Magazine

History

The wine region of Lisbon is one of the oldest wine producing regions of Portugal. This region is well known for its beautiful landscapes and rural sights.

The climate provides a balanced, ideal “terroir” in

this region. The grapes are grown in natural environment and ideal conditions, resulting in wines with good acidity and structure with great ageing capacity.

This Portuguese winery rst started in January 1964 by the hands of António Francisco Bonifácio, who from a young age has concentrated his efforts in the cultivation and growth of vines and wine production. Able to successfully

manage his business for over 40 years and always with a concern:

Achieving the highest quality products along all the requirements of the market.


VINTAGE INFORMATION


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Classication: DOC
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Grapes:

Aragonez, Castelão and Alicante Bouschet
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Region: Lisboa
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Type of Soil: Clay-limestone soil
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Tasting Notes:
Colour: Deep ruby red
Aroma: Fruits
Taste: Red fruits
Finish: Persistent and elegant

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Vinication:
Fermentation in stainless steel vat at 20ºC

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Analyses:
Alcohol – 13,5%

Total Acidity – 4,7 g/l tartaric acid
Residual Sugar - 2,8 g/l


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Serving suggestions:
An elegant mate with red, white or bush meat very well seasoned.
Serve at 16 to 17ºC.

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Packing & Delivery