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Menina D'uva 2019 Vinho Tinto

Extremely small production, Portuguese, Female Winemaker, organic farming
- small | $65.00- Large
Aromatically bright with scents of the countryside and a sweet, poppy-like florality. On the palate, you experience wild cherries, pomegranate, and the bright flavor of early fall Fuyu persimmons.
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Variety - 70% of the red grapes, Bastardo Preta and Negreda, and 30% white, with Malvasia, Bastardo Branco, Formosa, and some others in minuscule amounts

Winemaker - Aline Domingues

Appellation - Uva, Portugal

Vineyards - Junqueira and Matela

Alcohol - 13%Case Production -  25 Cases

Vinification and Elevage - The grapes were whole-cluster fermented for 4 days. The fruit was delicately extracted by pumping over and gently treaded. Natural yeast and fermentation. Very little sulfites added. Unfined and unfiltered.

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Red Blend

70% (red) Bastardo Preta and Negreda, and 30% (white) Malvasia, Bastardo Branco, Formosa

In the US, a red blend is essentially any domestic wine that's not made from a specific grape variety. Winemakers blend grapes because it allows them to reach desired flavor profiles that a single grape variety could not achieve on their own. Common red blends in the US often feature Cabernet, merlot and either cabernet franc or petite verdot. However there are many other common red blends including grenache, syrah and mourvedre often referred to as a GSM blend. In France, these blends would most commonly be named for the reason from whence they hail. For example, the Bordeaux blend or Rhone blend respectively.

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