QDL-2007-Jean

2007 Jaen

 21.00

Scarlet colour. Elegant notes of red fruit, cherries and strawberries well matched with wood which adds a spicy touch to it. Fresh, refined and with a deep taste, a modern wine, versatile with tannins of great delicacy.

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Product Description

Region: Dão
Sub‐ region: Silgueiros
Grape Variety: Jaen
Year of Harvest: 2007
Winemaker: Hugo Chaves
Viticulture: The vines are at between 350 and 400 metres altitude. The vineyard’s vies consist of 60% Touriga Nacional, 20% Tinta Roriz, 10% Jaen and 10% Alfrocheiro Preto. The vine is grown within a program of integrated protection. Infestation control is carried out through soil movement.
Grape-picking is done by hand, caste by caste, when they reach the ideal point of ripeness, normally between the second fortnight of September and the first fortnight in October. The harvest is placed in small 10kg boxes.
Systematisation: Vertical cane with 2 fixed wires and 2 moveable wires, a density of 6060 plants pruned in double guyot.
Exposition: North/South
Soil: Sandy with granite base
Grape Variety: Jaen
Age: 8 years
Yield: 30 hl hectare
Winemaking : The wining takes place in French oak barrels and the wine remains there for 15 months so as to realize the potential of its structure and complexity.
Production: 9.000 bottles
Physical‐ chemical characteristics
Alcohol
: 14,6%
Total Acidity: 5,9 g/dm3
Volatile Acidity: 0,54 g/dm3
pH: 3,70
Tasting Notes: Scarlet colour. Elegant notes of red fruit, cherries and strawberries well matched with wood which adds a spicy touch to it. Fresh, refined and with a deep taste, a modern wine, versatile with tannins of great delicacy.
Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2010 – Gold Medal
Manuel Moreira’s Guide of Portugese Wines 2012 – Class 16
Anibal Coutinhou 2011- 87
Robert Parker Wine Review – 87 points