Cortes de Cima is a dense and juicy red fruity wine produced with Pinot Noir red grapes from the Alentejo region. It is a wine dominated by red berries fruit aromas, hints of dark chocolate and vanilla flavours. It has plenty of complexity and rich and polished tannins.
Cortes de Cima is a red wine produced with exclusively Pinot Noire grapes from the region of Alentejo. This wine is the result of the blend of two different batches of Pinot Noir. One that was subjected to a long maceration and fermented at higher temperatures and other that was fermented at low temperatures and it was subjected to a short period of maceration. The two batches were stayed, for 8 months, in French oak barrels until was blended and bottling.
Cortes de Cima is an Alentejo's red wine produced exclusively with Pinot Noire grapes and it is dominated by red-berry scents combined with dark ripe fruit and earthy notes. It has juicy tannins, elegance, richness poised with wonderful acidity.
Store and Serve Advice:
Store at a temperature of 18 ° C. Serve at a temperature between 10ºC and 12ºC.
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