OBOÉ TOP RED DOC DOURO 2012

Complex aroma and fruity, firm and balanced tannins with well integrated wood. End long, full-bodied and fresh.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Region: Douro / Douro Superior.
Soil: schist.
Grape varieties: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinta Barroca.
Driving way vines: Guyot.
Harvest: September 2012.
Winemaking: in stainless steel vats with maceration and temperature controlled at 25 - 28 ° C.
Stage: during 8 months in new barrels of 225 l French oak.
Bottling: June 2014.

ANALYTICAL INFORMATION
Alcohol: 14.00% vol.
Total Acidity: 4.80 g / l tartaric acid.
Total sugar: 0.50 g / dm³
pH: 3.71.


OBOÉ RESERVA WHITE 2013 DOC DOURO

This wine has a light yellow tint, young and middle concentration. The nose is citrus and floral, where there is a great harmony and subtle toasted notes. Complex and balanced flavor, which although the timber, it is shown with some more fresh green notes, combining lime and tropical tone. Soft and fruity, the aftertaste is pleasant and persistent.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Region: Douro.
Soil: schist.
Grapes: Malvasia Fina, Rabigato and Viosinho.
Driving way vines: Guyot.
Harvest: September 2013.
Winemaking: in stainless steel vats at controlled low temperature.
Stage: for 5 months in French oak barrels of 225l.
Bottling: June 2014.

ANALYTICAL INFORMATION
Alcohol: 13.00% vol.
Total Acidity: 5.60 g / l tartaric acid.
Reducing sugars: 0.80 g / dm³
pH: 3.25.


OBOÉ GREAT CHOICE DOC DOURO 2009

Oboe is a very concentrated wine and loaded in color. During the race always has an austere profile, in which there was no concern about being subtle. It has very ripe fruit aroma, full-bodied, but consistent with the elegance needed to be a tannic and very nice wine.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Region: Douro / Douro Superior.
Soil: schist.
Grape varieties: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinta Barroca.
Driving way vines: Guyot.
Harvest: September 2009.
Winemaking: in stainless steel vats with maceration and temperature controlled at 25 - 28 ° C.
Stage: 20 months in new barrels of 225 l French oak.
Bottling: April 2012.

ANALYTICAL INFORMATION
Alcohol: 14.50% vol.
Total Acidity: 5.00 g / l tartaric acid.
Reducing sugars: 2.80 g / dm³
pH: 3.76.


OBOÉ VINEYARDS OLD WHITE 2013 DOC Douro

This wine has a light yellow tint, young and middle concentration. The nose is citrus and floral, where there is a great harmony and subtle toasted notes. Complex and balanced flavor, which although the timber, it is shown with some more fresh green notes, combining lime and tropical tone. Soft and fruity, the aftertaste is pleasant and persistent.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Region: Douro.
Soil: schist.
Grape varieties: Malvasia Fina, Rabigato e Viosinho.
Driving way vines: Guyot.
Harvest: September 2013.
Winemaking: in stainless steel vats with maceration and temperature controlled.
Stage: 6 months in new barrels of 225 l French oak.
Bottling: July 2013.

ANALYTICAL INFORMATION
Alcohol: 13.00% vol.
Total Acidity: 5.80 g / l tartaric acid.
Reducing sugars: 1.00 g / dm³
pH: 3.26.


OBOÉ GREAT CHOICE DOC Douro 2008 - black label

This wine has an intense color and young, with delicate nose of red fruit and wood notes. In the mouth it has obvious tannins, good acidity and an impressive structure that makes it almost unique. It also has great potential for aging. Throughout the race appears to be a complete wine, harmonious, balanced, with elegant finish and a lot of race.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
Region: Douro / Douro Superior.
Soil: schist.
Grape varieties: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinta Barroca.
Driving way vines: Guyot.
Harvest: September 2008.
Winemaking: in stainless steel vats with maceration and temperature controlled at 25 - 28 ° C.
Stage: 24 months in new barrels of 225 l French oak.
Bottling: July 2011.

ANALYTICAL INFORMATION
Alcohol: 14.00% vol.
Total Acidity: 5.60 g / l tartaric acid.
Reducing sugars: 2.30 g / dm³
pH: 3.63.


OBOÉ 17 RED DOC Douro 2011

Dense color in aromas, voluminous in the mouth with very intense and prolonged end.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
Region: Douro / Douro Superior.
Soil: schist.
Grape varieties: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinta Barroca.
Driving way vines: Guyot.
Harvest: September 2011.
Winemaking: in stainless steel vats with maceration and temperature controlled at 25 - 28 ° C.
Bottling: June 2014.

ANALYTIAL INFORMATION
Alcohol: 17.00% vol.
Total Acidity: 4.89 g / l tartaric acid.
Total sugar: 0.60 g / dm³
pH: 3.70.