Tinta Negra 2005
Tinta Negra 2005
Wine Maker: Ivo Couto.
Alcohol content: 20.0 % Vol.
Degree of sweetness: 5.2 Baumé
Volatile acidity: 0.74 gr/litre.
Total acidity: 7.35 gr/litre.
Non-reducing extract: 31.6 gr/litre.
Exclusively from Tinta Negra harvested on the slopes of Estreito de Câmara de Lobos and on the south coast of Madeira Island. Winemaking by fermentation of skins with the juice give the tannins time to dissolve and enabling alcoholic fermentation.
In 650 litres French oak barrels to bottling.
Color: Bright amber color with orange and yellow reflections. Characteristic exotic wood aromas, caramel, honey and toasted almond. Small notes of iodine, tobacco and nuts.
Gracious and attractive for any occasion.
It is a fine accompaniment to cheeses and it is excelent as a digestive.
Best served at a lower temperature of 18ºC.
Brownish topaz with reflections. Brownish-yellow-orange nuances. Exotic aromas derived from the evolution of tannins during the conservation of wine in barrels. Complex mixture of orange, tobacco, chocolate, caramel and toasted almond aroma. Notes of vanilla and dried fruits..
At taste, the flavour is inebriating, sweet, clear, elegant, harmonious and complex. Well-structured acidity and body, harmonious in sweetness and tannins.
Golden amber with orange and bright reflections. Complex nose. Notes of iodine and dried fruits, (nuts and almonds).
In the mouth it presents itself as a medium dry wine, exuberant and great aromatic concentration. Woody and fresh, with notes of orange peel, nuts and spices.
Bright amber colour with brownish-yellow nuances.
Exotic and complex aromas, characteristic of ageing in wood, such as caramel and toasted almonds. Slight notes of tea, tobacco and dried fruits. Medium sweet, clear, elegant, harmonious and complex. Well-structured acidity and body and in harmony with the sweetness and tannins, ensuring longevity.