Beyra Superior is a red wine that presents a profile of austere and imposing tannins invoking a complex profile of a red wine produced from grapes from vines grown at high altitude. An open and aromatic bouquet, the intense ripe black fruit stands out, along with balsamic notes and extraordinary mineral notes.
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Beyra Superior is a red wine produced from autochthonous red grapes, planted on high altitude soils, of Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional and Jaen, and some Rufete red grapes from old vines, from the region of Beira Interior. The wine has been submitted to an extended maceration at cold after being fermented in stainless steel vats at controlled temperatures. After the fermentation process, the wine was transferred to new's French and American oak barrels where it has stayed 12 months prior to being blended and bottled.
Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional, Jaen, and Rufete from old vines.
Beyra Superior is a red wine voluptuous, vigorous, and austere. Of dense and complex structure, it exudes strong and mineral tannins along with a ripe black fruity and juicy core seasoned by wonderful balsamic notes and finishing by an intense and mineral character.
Store and Serve Advice:
Store in a cool place (15ºC). Serve at 16ºC-18ºC.
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