Portugal

Portugal

Santo Isidro de Pegoes is one of the most forward thinking co-operatives in Portugal and their chief winemaker, Jaime Quendera, skillfully blends the warm native varities of Castelao, Tourgia Nacional and Trincadeira with international grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah to produce wines bursting with flavour.

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  1. Fontanário de Pegões, Portugal
    Country Portugal
    Region Pamela
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Touriga Nacional
    HK$75.00

    Fontanário de Pegões, Palmela, Portugal

    Intense aroma of red berries, well combined with new oak while young. An aroma of dry fruits, chocolate, spices and coffee.

    A smooth and juicy wine, soft in the mouth with very good tannins and structure. Lingering after taste.

    Grapes: Castelao (80%) Touriga Nacional (10%) Cabernet Sauvignon (10%)
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2019
    Awards:
  2. Sobreiro De Pegoes Tinto Vinho
    Country Portugal
    Region
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Castelao, Tempranillo
    HK$78.00

    Sobreiro De Pegões Tinto Vinho, Portugal

    Sobreiro De Pegoes Tinto Vinho is produced using the best Castelao Aragonez and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.
    Aged 12 months in American Oak and also French oak barrels to add complexity and longevity. It shows complex aromas of black fruit and spices.

    Try served with red meat, game or cheeses.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2019
    Awards:
  3. Adega de Pegoes Syrah
    Country Portugal
    Region Setubal Peninsula
    Grape Shiraz
    HK$78.00

    Vinhas de Pegões Syrah, Portugal

    Taste of red berries and black fruits matured, notes of jam, large in the mouth, very lingering after taste.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2019
    Awards:
  4. Alto Pina Reserva, Portugal
    Country Portugal
    Region Sebutal Peninsula
    Grape Tempranillo, Touriga Nacional
    HK$80.00

    Alto Pina Reserva, Portugal

    Alto Pina is a fruity and full-bodied and fruity with touches of dark cherries, chocolate, blackberries, coffee and vanilla.

    Serve at 16-18, pair with grilled dishes of lamb or beef.

    Grapes: Aragonez - (aka Tempranillo), Castelao, Touriga Nacional
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2019
    Awards:
  5. Pegoes Touriga Nacional
    Country Portugal
    Region Setubal Peninsula
    Grape Touriga Nacional
    HK$105.00

    Pegões Touriga Nacional, Portugal

    Adega de Pegoes Touriga Nacional has intense, complex flavours of dark berries and spice and soft but present tannins.
    It is firm yet velvety, with a long finish.

    Grapes: Touriga Nacional 100%
    Aging: 12 months in American and French oak barrels, followed by 4 months in bottles

    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2017
    Awards:
  6.  Adega de Pegoes Selected Harvest
    Country Portugal
    Region Sebutal Peninsula
    Grape Cabernet Sav, Touriga Nacional
    HK$138.00

    Adega de Pegões Selected Harvest, Portugal

    Taste of red and black fruits matures, with jam, soft in the mouth with very good tannins and structure, lingering after taste.

    Food Pairing: Red meats, sausages, roast pork loin with chestnuts.

    Cabernet Sauvignon 25%,Touriga Nacional 25%, Trincadeira 25% and Syrah 25%
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2016
    Awards:
  7. Adega de Pegoes Grand Reserva
    Country Portugal
    Region Setubal Peninsula
    Grape Shiraz, Touriga Nacional
    HK$198.00

    Adega de Pegões Grand Reserva, Portugal

    Complex aromas with black berries and plums and jam, evolving to spices and chocolate aromas after the third year.
    Soft in the mouth with very good tannins and structure. Lingering after taste.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2016
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