BREAD&CHEESE RED BOX
It goes with moments where time doesn’t seem to go by, in which friends arrive and occupy their places amongst toasts with wine, lively and fun conversations, accompanied by the taste of grapes.
Grape varieties: 40% Syrah + 40% Touriga Nacional +20% Castelão
Color: Intense ruby
Bouquet: Red fruits, raspberry and jams
Technical notes: In the visual phase, we have a bright red wine with a tear. In the nose, it is intense, showing its youth through the presence of fruity aromas. In the mouth it reveals a deep, appellative and round attack, in balance with its natural freshness. This wine goes well with meat (white or red), taking advantage of dishes that follow its structure, so that it can be fully enjoyed.
Temperature: 14-16 ºC
Content: 6 x 75 cl
Who drinks it | You, with your Friends
Hour | Some things in life don’t need to be scheduled
Flavour | Pleasant
Goes well with...Laughter
Bread and Cheese red goes with moments where time doesn’t seem to go by, in which friends arrive and occupy their places amongst toasts and lively and fun conversations, accompanied by the taste of grapes.
Bread&Cheese Red – 86pts | Soft and fruity, this has broad red-fruit flavors. Acidity, light tannins and a ripe, perfumed character from the blend of Syrah and Touriga Nacional make it rich and warming.
Bread&Cheese Red – 90pts | The renowned Canadian sommelier Dean Tudor tasted and evaluated our wines. Dean Tudor shared his opinion on Wine With Spirit’s concept: “It is a great concept, to take some of the guesswork out of wine and food matching for unsure beginning consumers and millennials” said Dean Tudor, ” There are stories to read on each label”.
Bread&Cheese Red – 87pts | The renowned Canadian wine writer Natalie MacLean who was named the World's Best Drinks Writer at the World Food Media Awards in Australia has tested and evaluated our wines.
REVISTA DE VINHOS
Bread&Cheese Red – Note 15 | Some chemical notes on the aroma which give the wine a certain austerity. There are good floral notes that arise specially on the mouth. The wine is compelling and it will be a good company at the table, living up to its name. João Paulo Martins
The most prestigious Portuguese wine journalist and critic, João Paulo Martins reviews at Wine Magazine (Revista de Vinhos Magazine)