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FEIJOADA&CO RED BOX

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Good food and good friends are what make pleasurable moments so special. Body and soul are united in a delightful experience we want to repeat. To have a drink and to celebrate something, all you really need is to want it.

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Excl. Tax: €31.81 Incl. Tax: €35.94
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Region: Alentejo

Grape varieties: 75% Castelão + 13% Trincadeira + 12% Aragonez

Volume: 14%

Soil: Sandy and Clay-Limestone

Color: Ruby

Bouquet: Fruity with hints of strawberry, redcurrant, cassis and violets

Technical notes: Presenting a fruity palate, with a balanced acidity, present but soft tannins and a well integrated wood, this ruby color wine is also characterized by a bouquet of raspberry, dry figs, strawberry, violets, mint and green tea, having a medium finish.

Temperature: 14-16 ºC

Content: 75 cl

Units: 6



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DEAN TUDOR

Feijoada&Co Red – 91pts | 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”.

 

NATALIE MACLEAN

Feijoada&Co Tinto – 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

Feijoada&Co Red – Note 15  |  The aroma is strongly marked by notes of dry vegetable, some leather and wet clay, with a good regional profile. Medium body, good acidity and good alcoholic structure, it reveals to be ready for immediate consumption with success. João Paulo Martins

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