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Pormenor Vinhos Lda.

Rua Tirso Olazabal, N. 88 Hab. 6, 4410-484 Arcozelo
Portugal

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
  • 01.01.17.07  wines from Douro

wines from Douro

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Product category: wines from Douro

Pormenor Red 2015

Vinification
Pormenor Red 2014, was produced with a blend of typical grapes from Douro Region. Vines over 500m altitude planted in Soutelo do Douro – Cima Corgo, with more than 60 years old. 2015 was a vintage with high temperatures e low humidity that allowed a good and balanced maturation of the grapes picked in beginning of September. This Pormenor 2015 pretends to be a fresh and elegant wine, with contained aromas and a medium length but persistent finish. Not a powerful wine but elegant. Fermentation and maceration for 25 days in stainless steel vats. Aged in used French oak barrels, 228L for 18 months until bottling.

Grapes
Typical grapes from Douro mainly, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Amarela and Rufete.

Tasting notes
Violet in color, on the nose reveals discreet in the beginning, with predominant freshness, green, mineral and light wet stone. On the palate is slightly exuberant, predominantly with a strong minerality. Elegant and not very lush. In continuous growing, this wine becomes light with predominant fresh notes, light red fruit, and a small touch of wet stone. The aging on the barrels is very discreet and well integrated with medium- long finish. For immediate consumption despite its ageing potential and predictable good evolution in the bottle.

Bottling
01th September 2017

Quantity produced and bottled
6.350 x 750ml bottles
205 x 1500ml bottles

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About us

Company details

Pormenor wines arise in Douro in 2013 by the hand and dream of 3 friends – José Silva, Miguel Cardozo and Pedro Coelho.

Linked to the wine in an indirect way, families embrace grandparents who worked as oak barrel producers and parents as cork producers, was missing someone producing good wine. It was a question of time untill Pormenor wines has born.

Families came together under a fundamental premise, Douro – the oldest demarcated wine region in the world.

Pormenor wants to produce wines that grab and tell stories. Wines that express the real and what we consider the best of Douro: Soils, Old Vines, Old Grapes and Climate are are the main actors allied to the hands and feet of those who work all the elements using traditional winemaking techniques in harmony and respect for the traditional grapes.

Our philosophy is to produce wines with minimal intervention in the winemaking process, using only old vines and natural yeasts. The youngest vine has 50 years old going to more than 100 years. All planted in high altitude, in different places in Douro. The places we consider the best for each type of wine. Natural inheritance of the hands that planted the vines many years ago, in places that we consider the most indicated to express the quality of wines produced in Douro.

We dont assume ouselves as a biodynamic or a natural producer although we do not inoculate yeasts or use any kind of non natural product. The work is done in a very non-interventive way letting the natural conditions of each vintage can be expressed in a bottle of wine.

It´s a question of self-philosophy searching for wines that tend to have moderate alcohol degree and looking for high fresheness alied with a traditional wine making process.
In harmony and respect for the traditional grapes, we look to produce honest wines, whose ideology is attached to the minimum of intervention. We prefer to keep chemical technologies out of the winemaking process, letting the knowledge of years of experience work by itself.

Fresh and elegant wines are expected. Wines that give pleasure to drink.

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