Wine Vidigal Wines, Brutalis, wooden box
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Reviews of purchase Vidigal Wines, Brutalis, wooden box
The wine is ruby-red color.
A full-bodied wine has a strong taste. The finish is long and pleasant, with notes of spices and smoke from the French barrels.
Spicy aroma of wine attracts hints of tobacco leaf, cedar, cherry pits and dark chocolate.
The wine is an excellent match with white meat dishes, game, and seasoned with blue cheese, spicy Asian dishes.
"Brutalis" - red dry wine created from a blend of autochthonous grape varieties: Touriga Nacional and Alicante Bushet. The wine is kept for at least 12 months in French oak barrels and at least 6 months in a glass bottle. Wine "Brutalis" attracts the attention of an unusual design - a bottle made of a very dark and thick glass, label printed letters' 'WANTED', as in the wild west, the tube is filled with bright red plastic consistency similar to wax.
Vidigal Wines - a small family winery located in the center of Portugal, near the city of Leiria. The origins of the company lead back to the XX century. During its existence, the company has changed several owners, and in the early 90s led the winery Antonio Mendez Lopez. Currently, 60% Vidigal Wines owned by Antonio Lopez and 40% by the Norwegian investment company. During his leadership of Antonio made a number of improvements and technical innovations that make today the winery produces more than 3 million bottles per year, importing their wines in more than 30 countries around the world.
Antonio Lopez has more than 30 years of experience in winemaking and is actively involved in the winemaking process, together with its two main Winemaker: Antonio Ventura and Rafael Nyupart. In 2006, Antonio Ventura was named "Winemaker of the Year" in Portugal.