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wine O Tinto do Pote de Barro
Fitapreta
wine O Tinto do Pote de Barro
24,20€
Including VAT

Capacity

0,75L

Range

Signature Series

Wines Variety

Red

Grape Varieties

Aragonez

Castelão

Trincadeira

Vinhas Velhas

Producer

Fita Preta Vinhos

Harvest

2020

Wine Regions

Alentejo

Wine Freshness

Mild

Wine Styles

Old Vines

Indigenous Wine

Mineral Wine

Dry Wine

Alentejo Regional Wine
2021


Varieties


40 year old vines, field blend of Trincadeira, Aragonês and Castelão.


Alcohol 


13.5% Vol.

Concept


Tinto do Pote de Barro is a project in the Signature Series line that seeks to find the profile of an old "talha wine" using
old blended vines and the ancient process of vinification in talha.
It couldn't be called "Talha" wine because the committee wouldn't let it, and it couldn't even be "Alentejo" because the committee didn't like it. And so our punishment essay remained in the corner of the room, reduced to a dignified and humble clay pot, in keeping with the image of the wine.

Tasting notes


Ruby-colored wine, medium concentration, nose with red fruits, some notes of black pepper, choir, cigarette box. In the
mouth, textured but tense, fresh and tannic. It's an Alentejo that once existed and at the same time an Alentejo destined to
return.

Gastronomy


Ideal for pairing with casserole dishes such as bochechas, stews and casseroles.

Viticulture


The grapes are grown under a certified organic regime and are dry-farmed, without irrigation. Our vineyards are also all certified under the Alentejo sustainability program.

Winemaking


Manual harvest at night on 350kg pallets. Selection on a sorting table. Gravity tank filling. Spontaneous alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in old Alentejo vats dating from 1906 to 1945. Post-fermentation maceration for 2 months.


Ageing


Ageing in clay amphorae for 90 days.


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