Barros 1964

176,81 

  • Region

    Douro, Portugal

  • Year

    1964

  • Alcohol

    0,2

  • Capacity

    0,75

Castas tradicionais do Douro.
Carlos Alves
Harvested by hand at their optimum point, the grapes are destemmed, crushed and vinified according to a process based on careful maceration with extraction of color, tannins and aromas from the films, complemented by permanent reassembly during fermentation. This takes place in mills, at a controlled temperature between 28-30ºC, until reaching the desired Baumé degree. In this phase, the wine brandy (benefit) is added, giving rise to a fortified wine. High quality wine, from a single harvest. It ages in wood for varying periods of time, never less than 7 years, and then bottled according to market requests.
With a pleasant amber color, it appears dominated by the surrounding of the dried fruits, with notes of fig, almonds and honey. In the mouth the same posture, intense in flavor, smooth and creamy in texture with incensurable acidity. A delicious harvest, of great generosity, proving to be deliciously appealing. Ends long and persistent.

Additional information

  • Region

    Douro, Portugal

  • Year

    1964

  • Alcohol

    0,2

  • Capacity

    0,75