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Cintila Red 2017 Peninsula de Setubal (6 bottle case)

Cintila Red 2017 Peninsula de Setubal is a fruity, medium-bodied Portuguese red wine, made from the Castelao grape. It shows ripe raspberry and violet aromas, with an unoaked but pleasantly earthy palate. This is a soft, moreish red; great for barbecues!

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RRP: £7.50
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Data sheet

RRP £7.50
Alcoholic strength 12.5%
Vintage 2017
Grapes Castelao
Serve with Barbecues or grilled meats
Name Cintila Red Peninsula de Setubal
Body B
Contains sulphites Yes
Vegetarian/Vegan Yes/Yes
Milk/Eggs No/No
Organic/Biodynamic No/No

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Santo Isidro was founded in 1958, after the Portuguese government granted winegrowers land in the small village of Pegoes. The winery covers a total of 900 hectares owned by 140 of winegrowers. The winery and vineyards are located in Terras do Sado, the coastal region of the Setubal peninsula. This area benefits from the mineral-rich sandy soils where both international and native grape varieties can be grown. Santo Isidro de Pegoes is one of the most forward thinking co-operatives and their chief winemaker, Jaime Quendera, is a leading wine entrepreneur in Portugal, offering advice to over 20 other wineries throughout the country.

The winery boasts the most up to date equipment; a computerised, temperature controlled modern winery, with 90 stainless steel vats, pneumatic presses, 1,600 oak barrels and modern bottling lines. They produce a wide range of wines that offer excellent value for money.

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