Wine Adega de Favaios, Moscatel do Douro DOC
The color of wine - ruby red.
Balanced taste wine has a rich palette with hints of dark berries, among which stand out notes of blackberries, soft tannins and an elegant long finish.
The wine has a complex aroma with notes of fruit, hints of blackberry, tar and nuances of undergrowth.
The wine goes well with a variety of meat dishes. Its taste is well revealed in combination with lamb, stews and pasta.
"Foral D. Henrique" Tinto - dry red wine, which is a well-known Portuguese wine region of the Dao. On all sides the area is surrounded by mountains, which makes it possible to protect the vines from the cold and wind coming from the ocean, and the heat prevailing in the continental climate. The territory is characterized mainly granite soils and a high altitude vineyards (from 200 to 1000 meters above sea level) provides the difference of day and night temperatures, which is good for slow ripening and, as a consequence, its good acidity. "Fora D. Henrique "Tinto will give you a classic style, mild flavor and complex flavor.
Production of Adega Cooperativa de Favaios was located in the north-east of Portugal in the village Favayush. Its name comes from the Roman settlement "Flavia". Raw region located at different heights, so that makes it possible to produce wines of different fortress. The cooperative winery produces the most popular and sought after drink - Muscat Favayush.
Plant Kellerei Favaios Cooperativa won first place among the Portuguese wine producers since 1952. Number of members of the cooperative with the times has increased five-fold, and currently stands at about 500 people. Thanks to the impressive investment, the cooperative in 2004, has built new modern wine-making center, which became the main attraction of Portugal in the field of wine tourism. A strict policy with regard to quality is a top priority in the manufacture of products Adega de Favaios. Proof of superiority enterprise is recognized in the three one of the best wines in the world - Moscatel 1980 da Adega de Favaios.