Quinta de Chocapalha

Vinho Tinto 2016

voluminös & kräftig
pikant & würzig
fruchtbetont
90–91
100
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Touriga Nacional 40%, Touriga Franca 25%, Tinta Roriz 15%, Alicante Bouschet 10%, Castelao 10%
5
rot
13,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2019–2028
Verpackt in: 6er
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Lobenberg: 90–91/100
Parker: 90/100
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Portugal, Lisboa
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Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
lobenberg

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Vinho Tinto 2016

90–91
/100

Lobenberg: Dunkle Farbe mit violetten Reflexen. Gute Konzentration in der Nase. Am Gaumen samtige Aromen von reifen, roten Früchten, feine Sauerkirsche mir roter Johannisbeere und Schlehe, alles unterlegt mit dezenten Blütenanklängen und einem ganz feinen Vanillehauch vom Ausbau im neuen und gebrauchten Holz. Ein extrem charmanter, schmeichelnder Wein, seidig und köstlich. Im Preis-Genuss-Verhältnis einer der Top-Weine unseres Sortiments. 90-91/100

90
/100

Parker über: Vinho Tinto

-- Parker: The 2016 Tinto is a blend of 45% Touriga Nacional, 20% Tinta Roriz, 15% Touriga Franca, 10% Castelão and 10% Alicante Bouschet, all aged for 18 months in used French oak. It comes in at 14% alcohol. Elegant in the mid-palate, this still shows plenty of concentration, thanks to its intense fruit flavor. It is downright sappy on opening. The wood needs to be pulled in a bit, but this is otherwise super, another fine bargain at the non-Reserve level from the winery. With aeration, it expands in the glass, becoming fatter and more powerful. More importantly, it also becomes more expressive. The grapes show more personality, and you can taste hints of complexity to come, a medley of ripe red fruits, some beefy nuances, earth, and so on. The tannins are ripe, but the fruit is so unevolved that this plainly could use a year in the cellar, at least. It should age well, perhaps better than anticipated, so there is no need to rush. It is vaguely approachable but certainly not showing all it has today. 90/100

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Quinta de Chocapalha

Dieses aufregende und beste Weingut in Portugals Estremadura (nur 30 Kilometer von Lissabon) verdanken wir – wie so vieles – der Begeisterung der jüngeren Generation für den Wein und ihre eigene Region.