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QUINTA DA LAPA Agrovia Sociedade Agro-Pecuária S.A.

Quinta da Lapa, Arrifana, 2065-360 Manique do Intendente
Portugal

Telephone +351 263 486214
Fax +351 263 486214
geral@quintadalapa-wines.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
CVR Tejo Comissael VitiVinicola Regional do Tejo

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  • Hall 10 / D22
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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.17  Portugal
  • 01.01.17.12  Tejo
  • 02  SPARKLING WINES
  • 02.04  Sparkling wine

Our products

Product category: Tejo

Quinta da Lapa Red Selection 2013

Soil: Clay-Limestone.

Grapes: 40% Touriga Nacional, 40% Syrah, 20% Alicante Bouschet

Vinification: Fermentation in stainless steel vats with temperature control.

Aging: Oaked for four months.

Taste Note: Inky red robe, generous aromas of ripe red fruit and sweet spice. The mouth feel is pleasantly juicy and easy-going yet revealing good balance and structure. The finish is quite persistant and pleasantly expansive.

Time to Drink: It will be best enjoyed within the next 6 years.

Alcohol: 13% Vol. Total Acidity: 4,8g/l

pH: 3,56 Residual Sugar: 3,9gl

Food Pairings: For it’s pleasantly bold, easy-going character this wine keeps good company to uncomplicated “comfort food” fare such as stews and pot-roasts.

Recommended Temperature: 16-18ºC

Winemaker: Jaime Quendera

Bottling Details: Bottled in a bordelaise “Prestige” musk coloured bottle, with a natural cork stopper, gold PVC capsule, seal of guarantee of origin of the Tejo region within the back label.

Packaging and shipment:
bottles 0.75L - EAN UNI UPC 5608149312135
boxes (6 bottles.) - EAN UNI UPC 1560814931213
w. 7.91 kg / pallets (100 boxes) - 791kg
pallets (120 boxes) - 949.2kg

Awards and Accolades:
84 Points - Wine Enthusiast 2013
Commended Medal - Decanter World Wine Awards 2013
Commended Medal - International Wine Challenge 2013
Gold Medal - Berliner Wein Trophy 2015

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Product category: Tejo

Quinta da Lapa Homenagem Santa Teresa D´Ávila

Soil: Clay-Limestone.

Grapes: 25% Touriga Nacional, 25% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Syrah

Vinification: Fermentation in stainless steel vats with temperature control.

Aging: 12 months resting in French and American oak halfbarrels.

Taste Note: Expressive, complex aromas of ripe red fruit with fresh herbaceous hints and dried flower notes with an undertone of fine spice and cocoa. Velvety tannins, fruit-filled mouth flavor, fresh and vivacious acidity suggesting great potential of evolution and longevity.

Time to Drink: It will be best enjoyed within the next 8 years.

Alcohol: 14% Vol. Total Acidity: 4,4g/l

pH: 3,6 Residual Sugar: 2,6gl

Food Pairings: This wine matches perfectly with elaborate poultry dishes, red meat or fatty mildly cured cheese.

Recommended Temperature: 16-18ºC

Winemaker: Jaime Quendera

Bottling Details: Musk-green “Author” wine bottle, select quality natural cork stopper, gold PVC capsule, seal of guarantee of origin from the Tejo region in the back label.

Packaging and shipment:
bottles 0.75L - EAN UNI UPC 5608149395138
boxes (6 bottles.) - EAN UNI UPC 15608149395135
w. 8.53 kg / pallets (100 boxes) - 853kg
pallets (120 boxes) - 1024kg

Awards and Accolades:
Gold Medal - Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2016
Gold Medal - Mundus Vini 2016

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Product category: Sparkling wine

Quinta da Lapa Sparkling Nature Brute Reserve 2012

Soil: Clay-Limestone.

Grapes: 100% Arinto

Vinification: Base wine was fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. Second fermentation took place inside cellared bottles, as in traditional, champenois method, for 9 months, after which dégorgement was done.

Taste Note: Yellow hue, with hints of green. Vigorous and tiny bead, compact when served, loosening up a little some seconds after. In the mouth this wine shows a vibrant mousse, with firm acidity and great freshness. The aftertaste is long and elegant.

Time to Drink: It will be best enjoyed within the next 7 years.

Alcohol: 12% Vol. Total Acidity: 5,3g/l

pH: 3,27 Residual Sugar: 4,4gl

Food Pairings: This wine is perfect to drink as it is, as an appetizer. Creamy, poultry dishes will also go alongvery well. Grilled monkfish or similar will also be a goodmatch, and sushi/sashimi solutions should work well.

Recommended Temperature: 5-7ºC

Winemaker: Jaime Quendera

Bottling Details: This sparkling wine is bottled in “Bourgogne seduction antique” bottles, conditioned in Portuguese natural cork stopper.

Packaging and shipment:
bottles 0.75L - EAN UNI UPC 5608149451124
boxes (6 bottles.) - EAN UNI UPC 15608149381091
w. 9.79 kg / pallets (100 boxes) - 979kg
pallets (120 boxes) - 1174.8kg

Awards and Accolades:
Best Buy in 2012 - Revista de Vinhos Magazine
One of the Best 2013 - Paixao pelo vinho Magazine
85 Points - Wine Enthusiast 2013
Silver medal - Concurso Effervescents du Monde 2013
Silver medal - Concurso Vinalies Internationales 2014
Gold Medal - Berliner Wein Trophy 2015

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About us

Company details

Quinta da Lapa is part of the Tagus (Tejo) wine cultivation region, where wine, culture and history run together since the times of the roman province of Lusitania.

The great and capricious Tagus takes up, in this region, a particular historical splendour, in being both the link with Lisbon and historically the route of trade and communications with all of Europe.

The Templars’ castles and the great cultivated plains testify to this fact.

The river’s floods and current caused the surrounding soils of clay and limestone to collect rare elements such as seashells and rounded pebbles.

This aspect, almost by itself, determines the Quinta da Lapa characteristic signature, to which one must add the alternating sizzling heat and daybreak coolness of summer mornings, during which the grapes gain the robustness needed for their harvest.

The profile of Quinta da Lapa wines possesses therefore a deep, mineral tempo, managing to combine excellent phenolic ripeness with great freshness, an effect usually only achievable at high-altitude wineries.

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