Recommended Reviews Vol. 26 No. 06 Wine

Monte Velho Rosé 2021

Herdade Do Eesporão Monte Velho Rosé 2021
Portugal

Herdade Do Esporão, whose history dates back over 750 years, has vineyards located in the Alentejo wine region, situated in the southern half of Portugal. Monte Velho means “old mound.” and refers to a high point on Herdade Do Esporão estate capped by the ancient square fortress depicted on the label. Blending is a significant part of wine production in Alentejo, and this rosé is a blend of Touriga Nacional, Aragonez, Tinta Caiada, Syrah, Trincadeira and Arinto, a white grape.  The wine is certified vegan by the European Vegetarian Union.

Nose: Floral, red berries, and pomegranate.
Palate: Aromas segue onto the palate with a nice balance of fruit and acidity. This wine is an easy sipper and perfect for those warm summer days.
Alcohol: 12.5%
SRP: $12
Pairings: Enjoy as an aperitif or with light fare.

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