Torre de Palma Mixed Case
Torre De Palma | Monforte, Portugal
This mixed case includes 1 bottle of each:
2020 Torre de Palma White Wine:
This incredible winery is extremely detailed in their vinification and all processes are temperature controlled. This white wine is given a crystallized type of minerality that is due to the cold press decanting before fermentation. The nose and palate alike are filled with green notes and bright yellow fruit which are then integrated with oak. French oak barrels are used in both the fermentation and ageing processes. This decadent and refreshing wine is one to impress all your guests.
2021 Rosé Wine:
This Rosé is crafted from three red grape varieties in a sustainable production system: Touriga Nacional, Aragonez and Tinta Miúda (Graciano). Manual harvest and soft pressing is done in order to obtain its light pink color. This Rosé has a fruity aroma with notes of cherry and wild strawberries creating a very elegant fine wine with vibrant acidity. Production limited to 3130 bottles and 100 Magnum bottles.
2019 Torre de Palma Red Wine:
This red is manually harvested then placed into marble tanks which is not only unique but adds an opulence to this complex wine. In conjunction with the marble tanks, this wine ages in half cement vats and half in French oak. Both the marble and the cement add a stoney minerality to the palate where the French oak contributes to the refined notes of earth and red fruit. The notes you will discover on both the nose and palate are, wild mushroom, pomegranate, black cherry, black plum, sweet tobacco and mint.
About the Winery
Torre De Palma
Torre de Palma winery offers a truly unique experience as it’s situated within a boutique hotel at the heart of the Alto Alentejo wine region, more specifically in Monforte, Portalegre. The main aim was to build a traditional winery with its small marbled (marble from the region) wine-presses, where the grapes are trodden and the red ones fermented. One can also find refrigerated cement deposits. Torre de Palma wines respect the terroir in which they have grown and are mostly handcrafted and separated into small lots.