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Cheers, Bastardô! The future is the place where you will be for the rest of your life. Open a bottle, pour a glass and slowly savour the will to keep going. 

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Excl. Tax: €31.81 Incl. Tax: €35.94


Titulo da Medalha GALICJA VITIS&nbsp The biggest wine contest in Poland. Bastardô! Red has been awarded the Gold medal in June 2015.

Titulo da Medalha DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS Bastardô! Red has been awarded the Bronze medal in May 2015.

Titulo da Medalha INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE Bastardô! Red has been awarded the Commended medal in May 2014.

Titulo da Medalha ENOEXPO POLÓNIA Bastardô! Red has been awarded the Bronze Medal in October 2014.


Region: Tejo

Grape varieties: 40% Touriga Nacional + 30% Syrah + 30% Aragonez

Volume: 13%

Soil: Schistose

Color: Intense ruby

Bouquet: Red fruits, raspberry, jams and floral scents

Technical notes: In the visual phase, we have a concentrated wine, with a present tear, which makes it a serious wine. In the nose, we have an intense and fruity wine, with notes of ripe red fruit. In the mouth, it has presence and is round, which pleases the consumer. This wine goes well with meat (white or red), taking advantage of dishes that follow its structure.

Temperature: 14-16 ºC

Content: 75 cl

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Bastardô! Red – 87pts  |  A dark and rich blend of Touriga Nacional, Syrah and Aragonez, this has a full, ready-to-drink character. Black fruits, well integrated tannins and a dense, ripe character are all part of this rounded wine.



Batardô! Red - Note 14,5  |  Touriga Nacional, Syrah and Aragonês. Exuberant nose, floral, red fruits and also a slight of vegetable flavor. Soft taste with a warm flavor, asking for more intensity.

The most prestigious Portuguese wine journalist and critic, João Paulo Martins reviews at Wine Magazine (Revista de Vinhos Magazine)