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Barrancôa red wine has fresh plum, blueberrys and spices arome, smooth, fresh, with elegant tannis, a superb food wine for meat stews, tradicional dishes such as lamb or pork, it is perfect for game birds.
<p><span>The grapes come from the emblematic Vinha do Taco and Vinha da Sobreira. These vineyards are non-irrigated, and therefore have profound root systems which allows for a good maturation of the grapes</span></p>
<p>The Antão Vaz da Malhadinha - Vinha da Peceguina 2020 comes with a good aromatic intensity, where tropical fruit notes are highlighted. A fresh and fruity wine on the mouth, of medium structure supported by good acidity, resulting a balanced, dry wine with a long finish.</p>
<p>Susana Esteban was born in Tui, Spain. She holds a degree in Chemical Sciences from the University of Santiago de Compostela and a Master's degree in Viticulture and Oenology from the University of La Rioja. She began her trajectory as an oenologist in 1999 at Quinta do Côtto, and later worked as an oenologist at Quita do Crasto between 2002 and 2007. Both farms are located in the Douro. She has worked since the 2007 harvest as a consultant in different Alentejo producers, namely Tiago Cabaço Wines, Herdade do Barrocal, Monte dos Cabaços and Monte da Raposinha.</p>
<p>Quinta das Arcas has around 50ha, 35ha of vineyards stand out, around 30 years old, where under the influence of a very particular micro-climate grapes of high quality of the Loureiro, Trajadura and Arinto grapes are obtained</p>
<p>A 23-year-old winemaker and an English winemaker could only go wrong. "Portuguese winemaker António Maçanita and English consultant and winemaker David Booth met in early 2004. Over the next few months, Antonio was already learning viticulture with David and a great friendship developed. The next step would be to make wine. First wine, first success, with the Alentejo Trophy at the International Wine Challenge, awarded for the second time in 22 years of competition</p>