This wine delight us with an intense ruby color and presents an aroma of red fruits and spices.
In mouth it has a good structure and acidity, round tannins, with an elegant and long finish.
Featuring an intense grenade color, the Tapada de Coelheiros Petit Verdot releases aromas of red fruits, blackberries and spices; the mouth reveals a good structure and is well balanced with fruity and persistent finish
Violet-ruby, concentrated, intense aroma, black fruit aromas, balsamic and some tobacco, in the mouth offers a round, full-bodied attack with round tannins and good persistence.
Toast and elegant smoke, dried prune, light vanilla.
Thin in the mouth, very polished tannins, medium body but full of presence and intention, fruit and barrel in harmony, long finish and spicy
Of pink color and fruity aroma with notes of red fruit, it has a fresh, balanced, elegant and persistent taste.
Great with a grilled fish and seafood
A young red wine, full bodied, of a well built and elegant character. Yes, it is young, however mature.
With an aromatic bouquet, with hints of matured fruits and red berries, scented by the sun recalling fresh jam.
When in the glass, it reveals a bright rich and consistent Violet color.
Its palate is fruity and dry, with soft tannins, a well balanced acidity and a light body which gives it a soft ending.
It’s a wine to let rest in the bottle, or simply follow its evolution through time....and enjoy its growth.
This exceptional vintage offer an intense and deep aroma, with hints of crushed berries, wild fruit jams, spices and minerals.
Voluminous, with fruit, tannins and perfectly integrated acidity .
A broad, vigorous and very long finish.
Strong violet hues, with notes of ripe black fruits (blueberries, plums) is the special signature of the 2009 vintage.
The nose is enriched by smoky aromas.
It is a full-bodied and voluminous wine.
Its well defined tannins offer a great ageing potential.
A wine worth waiting for.
Complex aroma, deep.
Ripe fruit, tobacco and light floral notes.
Dense and complex in the mouth with very integrated and elegant tannins.
Complex Aroma, mineral, white pulp fruits, peach, lemon peel.
Powerful, structurated, balanced, with volume and a refreshing finish.
For the first time at the "Dos Lusíadas" estate, Michel Chapoutier has harvested the white grapes of the new wine, Eleivera, on August 17, 2017.
These white grapes Rabigato, Gouveio, Códega do Larinho and Viosinho present a beautiful tension and intense floral aromas.
The vineyards of Cima Corgo, in the Douro, are planted mainly on granitic arenas more or less deep, which gives a wine that shows character and tension in the mouth.
One of the plots is composed of schist, which adds smoothness to this assemblage.
Summers are hot and dry and winters are cold and wet
A small wonder of the Douro region that will enchant you with its freshness and its fruity flavor.
A 100% Touriga Nacional, the star grape of Portugal with a flexible nature and a beautiful structure.
Balanced and fresh. Long finish with floral presence that will follow to the end.
Straw color very light. Passionate aroma with citrus notes, predominating the grapefruit and the clementine.
In the mouth is very silky and greedy.
Michel Chapoutier's new wine, created in Douro at Dos Lusíadas, is a blend of indigenous Alto Douro varieties, such as Rabigato, Gouveio, Códega do Larinho.
It was produced by Michel Chapoutier, who arrived in the Douro in 2009 and upon seeing a geology very similar to that of Vallée du Rhône had a clear vision of producing wines from a small plot of three hectares.
A clear colour, deep black with sustained crimson highlights. The nose is powerful, showing dark fruit at first, along with some “garrigue” and spicy notes. Aromas of fruit (cherries, prunes) macerated in “eau de vie” can also be detected. The whole is underpinned by mineral notes (graphite) that bring a great deal of freshness. Palate: big and full on the mouth: Big and full on the palate supported by impressive velvety structure. There’s flesh, weight and depth, all rounded off by an incredibly long finish. The dark fruit comes through again, giving a crisp sensation underpinned by nice mineral tautness that endows this wine with freshness and remarkable balance. Mature from. Another great achievement from Michel Chapoutier in Portugal.
This is an irreverent wine in essence, obtained from a careful selection of the best grapes from our vineyards and through the blend of grapes from old vines and young vines. Gifted with an intense color, it shows a bouquet with notes of red fruits and wood tones.
In the mouth it's round and velvety, with balanced acidity, firm and persistent tannins, in surrounded by smoke and mystery.
This is a wine with a strong personality, aromatic and with a perfect acidity.
His charisma spreads through the mouth with elegance and persistence.
Fruit of his youth and sensual ballet between Arinto and Chardonnay grapes, the wine reveals itself on a pas-de-deux with cheerful dishes, tasty roasts, cheese or ceviche.
This wine reminds a sunset on a terrace and has the color of the summer painted with Tinta Roriz and Castelão.
Its glamor and freshness arise the desire to be among friends in the hot days that lasts through the night and to celebrate with smiles.
For a relaxing dinner with sushi or ceviche or for an unforgettable party, this bottle is your perfect date.
This is a garnet color symphony that joins the Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz and Syrah grape varieties, with tones of ripe fruit and jam.
The palate is soft but intense, with some mineral, with light notes of spices envolved in oak and mystery.
This resounding and epicurian wine will proudly pair with any kind of dish.
JOA Wine is not only made from centuries-old vineyards with more than twenty different grape varieties. It is the harsh winters and the merciless sun of the Alto Transmontano that, without giving a break to the land, compel it to free from shale the best they have to offer our grapes.
From the grapes to the only wine produced in this region, there is a distance between tradition and innovation. Between the knowledge of generations and the best oenological practices of the last generation.
Between the future and the memory preserved in the people of Aldeia de Parada: heart, cradle and soul of Casa do Joa.
It is for all these reasons that a JOA wine is much more than a wine. It is a living memory of this land and a genuine declaration of our Love on Alto.
ALTO DO JOA Branco is a tanning wine (Orange Wine), singular and unique, typically reserve, offering a more austere and complex aroma that proves to be dry, fresh and persistent, with a very present acidity so it should be drunk among 10ºc and 12ºc, positioning it as a guard wine with excellent evolution in bottle, as well as a gastronomic wine, accompanying very spicy and singular meals such as cheese, kid, suckling pig, cabidela rice, among others.
This is a great Rosé different from the “normal” rosés, with reserve characteristics, offering a reddish color and complex and complete aromas.
In the mouth, a dry wine where you can notice a slight sweetness at the beginning that fades, giving way to milder flavors and with some persistence.
It is perfect to accompany foods with different flavors such as Sushi, Mullets, salads, and being a gastronomic wine it should be served between 6ºC and 8ºC for maximum enjoyment and tasting.