Convento Da Gloria Touriga Nacional Reserve 2015

Convento Da Gloria Touriga Nacional Reserve 2015

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ABV: 13.5
Body: Medium
Country: Portugal
Grape: Touriga Nacional
Region: Lisboa
Variety: Red Wine
Vintage: 2015
Volume: 750ml
Convento Da Gloria Touriga Nacional Reserve 2015

Color: ruby.
Aroma: tropical fruit.
Flavor: full bodied, rich flavor dried fruits and black fruits, with a long finish).
Touriga Nacional is a variety of red wine grape, considered by many to be Portugal's finest. Despite the low yields from its small grapes, it plays a big part in the blends used for ports, and is increasingly being used for table wine in the Douro and Dão. Touriga Nacional provides structure and body to wine, with high tannins and concentrated flavors of black fruit. Jancis Robinson has compared its relationship with Touriga Francesa to the partnership between Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, the former providing structure, the latter filling out the bouquet. The vine is very vigorous, and good results depend on keeping it in check. In the Douro it is grown in searing heat in steep schisty vineyards that are more rock than soil. The alternative name of Mortágua pays tribute to these harsh conditions. It is usually trained under one of the Guyot systems, and needs severe pruning to keep it under control. In contrast, the vine produces just a few bunches of blue-black grapes which vary in size from 'small' to 'tiny'. Thus yields are among the lowest of any commercial grape variety. In recent years, scientists have been working on cloning the Touriga Nacional to produce vines that are able to pollinate better with the goal of increasing yields by 15% and sugar content by 10%.

018-C025-TNR-15-RW-AA
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