Viúva Gomes Red 2012

Ramisco single varietal, autochthon in this region, from ungrafted vines, planted on the sandy soils of Colares. Presents traces of black fruits and cherry, with high tannins and acidity.


Rarity: This product is produced in very low quantities. The current total allocation to CH comprises a couple of Boxes.


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  • Region:Colares

  • Alcohol:12,5% vol

  • Grape Variety:Ramisco

  • Serving Temperature:12-18ºC

  • Type:Red

  • Winemakers:Diogo Baeta

  • Pairing:Veal, Beef, Lamb, Poultry

  • Capacity:50cl


  • Climate:Wines present a vibrant character due to its specific terroir, dominated by sea storms and southern influence of Sintra’s Hills. A temper region, located above the Atlantic Ocean, providing fresh and salty wines, with a light structure and high acidity. Vines planted on the sandy soils of Colares
  • Vinification:The Ramisco grape is autochthon in this region Colares. Cultivated using environmentally friendly agriculture and the harvest is carried out manually when the grapes reach optimum ripeness.

    Ageing:Following fermentation, this wine goes through a long ageing process in wooden barrels.
  • Tasting notes:Presents traces of black fruits and cherry, with high tannins and acidity.


Weight1.5 kg

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Adega Viuva Gomes

Adega Viúva Gomes, established in 1808, is located in Almoçageme, Colares, on a demarcated wine-growing region defined in 1908, characterized by its dunes and sandy soils sited on the coastline of Sintra, between the hills and the Atlantic Ocean, from Cabo da Roca until Magoito.