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Duorum LBV 2007 Port Wine


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An excellent LBV 2007 from Duorum produced by João Portugal Ramos

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CastTouriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Cão and Sousão
Total Acidity4,5 g/l
Wine MakerJoão Portugal Ramos
VinificationPre-fermentative maceration at controlled temperature of 10-12ºC. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel lagares (troughs) with robotized treading at controlled temperature not exceeding 30ºC
Tasting NotesIntense and elegant aroma dominated by ripe black fruits like blackberries, prune and cassis, also showing some floral aromas like violets and balsamic aromas of rock-rose, resin, cedar and other exotic woods.
Consumption17 - 18ºC
EnjoyCheese and sweet desserts
Bottle Size750 ml
AgeingIn oak barrels. Racking, analysis and regular tastings take place during this period in order to follow closely the evolution of the wine and define the final blend

For more than 20 years, the name João Portugal Ramos has been associated with Portuguese wines, first as a consulting winemaker for well known brands of wine and since 1992 as a bottling producer.

The success and the prizes accumulated throughout his career have earned him the national and international recognition as one of the main responsible for the evolution of the Portuguese wines in the last decade.

The Alentejo was the region chosen to produce its first wines. In 1990, João Portugal Ramos planted the first five hectares of vineyard in Estremoz, where he has lived since 1988, starting his personal project. It expanded its activity beyond the Alentejo from 1989, reaching Ribatejo, Beiras, Douro and Vinho Verde

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