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Quinta de Sant'Ana LDA

Rua Direita No 3, 2665-113 Gradil
Portugal
Telephone +351 261 963550
Fax +351 261 962486
vinhos@quintadesantana.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
ViniPortugal - Wines of Portugal

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  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.17  wines from Portugal
  • 01.01.17.08  wines from Lisboa

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Product category: wines from Lisboa

Rosé

Type:RoséGrape Varieties:35% Touriga Nacional, 25% Aragonêz, 25% Merlot, 15% Pinot Noir
Tasting Notes:A sensual salmon pink. Fresh aromas of rose petals and summer strawberry. This is confirmed in the palate, fading into fleeting hints of cherry and vanilla. A vivid, well-balanced wine with a refreshing finish.Food Pairing:A perfect summer wine, ideal for pic-nics, as an aperitif or to accompany Asian food. Drink at temperature of 10ºC - 12ºC.Alcohol:13% vol.
Vineyard:The grapes stem from our red varietals that grow mainly on the steeper, south-facing slopes. Here, the vines are exposed to longer sunshine hours where aromatic compounds develop to their fullest. Rigorous quality control in the vineyard during the growing season produces healthy fruit that is hand-picked in boxes of 20kg.Winemaking & Ageing:In order to concentrate the red wines, juice is drained from the red grapes after de-stemming. After short contact with grape skins, the must settled for 24 hours at a temperature of 7ºC and fermented in a stainless steel tank at very low temperatures of 11ºC. Bottled a short while later to maintain all of its aromatic potential.Bottling:December 2014Production:3540 Bottles of 0.75 l
Footnote:2014 was a cool, wet year, so this year's rosé emphasises its fresh, mineral qualities.

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Product category: wines from Lisboa

Branco

Type:WhiteGrape Varieties:100% Fernão Pires
Tasting Notes:Pale citric yellow. Pear aromas with some passion fruit and minerality. An explosion of fruit on the palate, with a rich, herbaceous touch. Good body and structure, while the right acidity punctuates a long finish.Food Pairing:Serve between 10 and 12ºC with grilled fish, seafood and salads. Owing to the wine’s structure, it also matches perfectly with white meats and cod fish.Alcohol:12.5% vol.
Vineyard:Two vineyards on south-facing slopes: one near the top of the hill, where poor soils and high sun exposure produce warmer, concentrated fruit expression; the other in the valley bottom yielding crisp minerality thanks to cool deep soils with less sun exposure.Winemaking & Ageing:The grapes were handpicked in three stages, with weekly intervals, in order to retain acidity and freshness on one end and richness and fruit on the other. Grapes arrive to the winery in 20 kg boxes. Smooth pressing of whole bunches by pneumatic press to extract the juice delicately; it is allowed to settle for one day at 7ºC to decant the clearest must. 80% fermented in steel vats at very low temperatures (10/12ºC). The three lots were blended after fermentation.Bottling:December 2014Production:4,920 bottles of 0.75l each
Footnote:We managed to harvest everything just before the rains came - 2014 is turning out to be one of the most balanced years with lovely forward fruit.

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Product category: wines from Lisboa

Tinto

Type:RedGrape Varieties:40% Touriga Nacional, 40% Merlot, 20% Aragonêz
Tasting Notes:Ruby colour with redcurrant and forest fruit aromas. Supple, juicy palate with medium body and freshness, slight hint of eucalyptus. Good definition and lovely balance with a textured, elegant finish.Food Pairing:Serve with grilled or roasted meats; beef, pork and lamb. Also works well with tagines and Italian foodAlcohol:13.5% vol.
Vineyard:Our reds are scattered in small plots all over the farm, mostly on the steeper slopes where they get more sun and have to really dig down for moisture, which is where the more interesting minerals lie. Because the plots are so small and individual, we can manage to harvest and process the grapes when they are perfectly ripe.Winemaking & Ageing:Selected, handpicked grapes reach the winery in boxes of 20 kg. All grapes are de-stemmed and crushed before being carefully transported via conveyor belt into stone vats, where they ferment for twelve days with the traditional method of foot treading. Aged in French oak casks for 12 months.Bottling:December 2014Production:10,227 bottles of 0.75l each
Footnote:Franziscus, our second son, was responsible for this wine: he was cellarmaster in 2013 and did an outstanding job!

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Product category: wines from Lisboa

Alvarinho

Type:WhiteGrape Varieties:100% Alvarinho
Tasting Notes:Brilliant pale straw yellow colour. Distinct aromas of green apple with a mineral hint of flint-stone. Crisp and lemony on the palate, powerful and complex with a brilliant, vivid mouth-feel. Steely freshness and a good acidity with a persistent finish.Food Pairing:Great with anything from the sea, delicate fish like sea bass, mullet. Its reserved complexity also complements clams or lobster. Best to serve at 10 - 12ºC.Alcohol:13.5% vol.
Vineyard:The Alvarinho sits at the highest point of the farm, next to the sheep’s winter barn. Soils are surprisingly deep here. A special trellising system keeps the grapes cool, emulating their more northerly homeland.Winemaking & Ageing:Smooth pressing of whole bunches by pneumatic press to extract the best juice, which is allowed to settle for one day at 7ºC to decant the finest must. 80% fermented in steel vat at low temperatures (12-14ºC), while the remaining 20% is fermented in French oak barrels with frequent lees stirring to work on the texture. Part-aged in oak for six months.Bottling:July 2014Production:1,286 bottles of 0.75l each
Footnote:A rare wine indeed. Not only is Alvarinho our smallest vineyard, but each kilo of grapes only yields 500ml of wine.

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Product category: wines from Lisboa

Homenagem Baron von Fürstenberg

Type:RedGrape Varieties:40% Merlot, 40% Touriga Nacional, 20% Aragonez
Tasting Notes:Ruby to violet in colour. An intense nose with herbaceous notes of fresh bell pepper and blackcurrant. Medium bodied and fresh, its warmer tones of cassis, violet and licorice develop in the palate. The lengthy finish is punctuated by the interplay of acidity and fine tannins. Good ageing potential, drink between now and 2025.Food Pairing:Excellent with rare red meats, rack of lamb in pistachio crust, Beef Wellington and roast game. Also aubergine parmigiana or medium-intensity cheeses.Alcohol:14% vol.
Vineyard:The merlot vineyard sits on steep slopes across the main Quinta valley, sheltered from too much wind by cork oaks. Cool misty mornings and hot afternoons are ideals for its herbaceous flavours to develop.Winemaking & Ageing:Selected, handpicked grapes reach the winery in boxes of 20kg. After de-stemming and crushing, the grapes are carefully transported into a stone fermenting tank by conveyor belt, where they ferment for 12 days using the traditional method of foot treading for up to four hours per day. Aged for 12 months in new French oak barrels.Bottling:December 2011Production:5,360 bottles of 0.75l each
Footnote:2010 was overall a warmer year, the fruit is more expressive. Gustav, we hope it’s making you proud!
Type:RedGrape Varieties:50% Merlot, 50% Touriga Nacional
Tasting Notes:Ruby to violet in colour. An intense nose with notes of blackcurrant and fresh red pepper. Powerful and concentrated initial attack, with full of aromas developing in the midpalate, dominant freshness with finely tuned tannins and lengthy finish. Good ageing potential, drink between now and 2025.Food Pairing:Excellent with rare red meats, entrecôte with mushroom sauce, game with well-seasoned sauces, braised ox cheeks.Alcohol:14% vol.
Vineyard:The merlot vineyard sits on steep slopes across the main Quinta valley, sheltered from too much wind by cork oaks. Cool misty mornings and hot afternoons are ideals for its herbaceous flavours to develop.Winemaking & Ageing:Selected, handpicked grapes reach the winery in boxes of 20kg. After de-stemming and crushing, the grapes are carefully transported into a stone fermenting tank by conveyor belt, where they ferment for 12 days using the traditional method of foot treading for up to four hours per day. Aged for 12 months in new French oak barrels.Bottling:February 2009Production:5,200 bottles of 0.75l each
Footnote:2007 was our first Merlot vintage, and the grapes were so good that we had to make our top wine from them. Lighter and more “elegant” than our Reserva, we dedicated it to my father-in-law Gustav. He would have loved this wine!

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Product category: wines from Lisboa

Pinot Noir

Type:RedGrape Varieties:100% Pinot Noir
Tasting Notes:Ruby colour with redcurrant and forest fruit aromas. Supple, juicy palate, fine body and freshness with good definition and lovely balance with a textural elegant finish.Food Pairing:Very versatile; pairs with a wide range of dishes such as wild mushroom risotto, pasta dishes with tomato sauce, game, roast Guinea fowl, boeuf bourguignon or Camembert. Serve at 15 – 16ºC.Alcohol:12.5% vol.
Vineyard:Our Pinot is grown in four separate vineyards. Poorer soils in the Vinha da Fábrica concentrate red berry flavours, while the steeper slopes give a fresher, more herbaceous touch. The Atlantic climate with cool mornings and hot afternoons results in a complex, delicate and fresh wine.Winemaking & Ageing:Selected, handpicked grapes reach the winery in boxes of 20 kg. 70% of bunches are de-stemmed and crushed, the remainder added as whole bunches. Fermented in open stone fermenting tanks with frequent and regular punch-downs. Malolactic fermentation in 4 year-old French oak barrels, where the wine is aged for 12 months.Bottling:September 2014Production:3,780 Bottles of 0,75 l
Footnote:"I have to admit it to António: this wine is worth the sleepless nights!" - Ann Frost
Type:RedGrape Varieties:100% Pinot Noir
Tasting Notes:Typical pale ruby colour. Delicate aromas of red forest fruits, cherry and toffee with subtle earthy, spicy notes in the background. Excellent texture, well balanced with freshness, good ripeness with fine, well integrated tannins. Refreshing, elegant finish.Food Pairing:Very versatile; pairs with a wide range of dishes from game, boeuf bourguignon, entrecote with wild mushroom sauce, roast jalapeños. Serve at 15 – 16ºC.Alcohol:13% vol.
Vineyard:Our Pinot is grown in four separate vineyards. Poorer soils in the Vinha da Fábrica concentrate red berry flavours, while the steeper slopes give a fresher, more herbaceous touch. The Atlantic climate with cool mornings and hot afternoons results in a complex, delicate and fresh wine.Winemaking & Ageing:Selected, handpicked grapes reach the winery in boxes of 20 kg. 70% of bunches are de-stemmed and crushed, the remainder added as whole bunches. Fermented in open stone fermenting tanks with frequent and regular punch-downs. Malolactic fermentation in 4 year-old French oak barrels, where the wine is aged for 12 months.Bottling:September 2013Production:5,494 Bottles of 0,75 l
Footnote:The Pinot Noir keeps us on our toes and we hold our breath until it is safely bottled. There is so much going on in this wine, not just on the palete!

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Product category: wines from Lisboa

Touriga Nacional

Type:Limited edition RedGrape Varieties:100% Touriga Nacional
Tasting Notes:Dark garnet colour, very concentrated. Aromas are intense and fruity with typical hints of violets contrasting with ripe blackberries, blackcurrant and blueberries; breaking it up are hints of black pepper and spices. Well structured, with interplay between acidity and robust tannins. This wine is strong and earthy, but at the same time fresh and vivid.Food Pairing:Rich, intense flavours: grilled chouriço, roast peppers, venison stew, blue cheese. Also works with sweet components, such as roast pork stuffed with prunes; or try with dark chocolate.Alcohol:14.5% vol.
Vineyard:At the top of the hill where the sun is most direct, the ground is warm and relatively dry, is where the Touriga concentrates its aromas most.Winemaking & Ageing:Selected, handpicked grapes reach the winery in boxes of 20kg. After de-stemming and crushing, the grapes are carefully transported into a stone fermenting tank by conveyor belt. 30% bleeding to concentrate flavours. Fermentation lasts for 12 days using the traditional method of foot treading for up to four hours per day. Aged for 12 months in new French oak barrels.Bottling:December 2012Production:1,546 bottles of 0.75l each
Footnote:In an exceptional year with particularly good Touriga Nacional grapes we set out to explore how far we can push the Queen of Portuguese Varietals. Highly concentrated and intense in colour, texture and character, this is a wine “for adults only!”

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Product category: wines from Lisboa

Sauvignon Blanc

Type:WhiteGrape Varieties:100% Sauvignon Blanc
Tasting Notes:Crystalline pale yellow. Elder and gooseberry dominate the nose, with touches of passionfruit. The palate has assertive minerality with a full texture, fading into a persistent finish of superb freshness. Serve between 10 – 12ºC.Food Pairing:Green, fresh flavours with character work well: asparagus, artichoke, Thai cuisine, grilled peppers. Fuller textures, such as crunchy roast pork or goat’s cheese, also compliment well.Alcohol:13% vol.
Vineyard:At the bottom of the valley, where the soil is deep and cool, the Sauvignon catches most of the morning and midday. Half the vineyard has a Smart-Dyson trellising system, which enriches the tropical fruit aromas; the other half, grown the traditional way, produces greener flavour profiles.Winemaking & Ageing:Selected, handpicked grapes reach the winery in boxes of 20 kg. Smooth pressing of whole bunches by pneumatic press extracts the juice gently, which is then left to settle for 24 hours at 7ºC to decant only the purest must. 20% fermented in new French oak barrels with daily batonage. 80% fermented steel vats at low temperatures (13 - 15ºC).Bottling:December 2014Production:1,517 bottles of 0.75l
Footnote:2014 has been our best Sauvignon so far. We basically didn’t touch it during the fermentation. It is perfectly balanced between nose and palate, a pleasing but utterly gastronomic wine.

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