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Cooperativa de Pegoes "Adega de Pegoes" Setubal Red 2009 (Vinho Regional, Portugal) Agricultura Alentejano Red 2010 (Vinho Regional, Portugal) Casa Cadaval "Vinha Padre Pedro" Ribatejano Red 2007 (Vinho Regional, Portugal)
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Adega de Pegoes Red Agricultura Alentejano Red Casa Cadaval Vinha Padre Pedro Vinho Regional Ribatejano Tinto

Adega de Pegoes, composed of 60% Castelão and 40% Syrah, is a deep, dark red, with notes of plum, blackberry, pepper, chocolate, and baking spice.

Crafted by noted winemaker Luis Duarte, Agricultura Alentejano is a charming, food-friendly red composed of Touriga Nacional, Aragonez and Trincadeira. Both the nose and palate offer delicate notes of cherry and raspberry, which are accented by soft notes of oak and baking spice. Smooth tannins and tangy acidity merge with a touch of earth on the finish.

This great value red is composed of 40% Aragones (Tempranillo), 40% Trincadeira, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Merlot from vines an average of 15 years old. The grapes are harvested by hand, and 40% of the wine is matured in French oak barrels. Intense aromas of raspberry and cherry introduce a bold, concentrated palate of red fruit and toast.
Cooperativa de Pegoes "Adega de Pegoes" Setubal White 2012 (Vinho Regional, Portugal) Montaria Alentejano 2008 (Vinho Regional, Portugal)
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Cooperativa de Pegoes Adega de Pegoes Setubal White Montaria Alentejano

Adega de Pegoes is a fresh, aromatic white blended from 70% Fernao Pires, 20% Moscatel, and 10% Arinto. The palate is citrusy, subtly floral, and utterly refreshing; a perfect pair for shellfish.

Montaria is composed of three native Portuguese grapes: Trincadeira, Aragones, and Alicante Bouschet. On the nose, this ruby colored wine has ripe notes of cherry, raspberry, and blackcurrant that present themselves on the palate as well. Mature tannins and a soft, structured mouth lead to a smooth, satisfying finish.