Alentejo (Vinho do Alentejo, Alentejo wines) is a Portuguese wine region located in the Alentejo region of the country. The entire region is entitled to use the Vinho Regional designation Alentejano VR. Located in the southern half of Portugal, the Alentejo region covers about a third of the country and is sparsely populated. The region is noted for it´s vast cork production but has in recent years garnered attention for its table wine production.
- REGION: Alentejo (Redondo area)
- TYPE OF WINE: Red wine
- GRAPE VARIETY: Trincadeira, Bouschet, Aragonez
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13,5%
Boabrisa represents a map of navigation and evoques the famous Portuguese navigators that for centuries dominated the world's seas.
Starting with flavours of plum and black currants, nuances of raspberry, vanilla and black pepper add to the charm. The finish is round and full with gentle tannins contributing to the lengthy finish.
- 87 Points BEST BUY: Wine Enthusiast (USA)
- Silver Medal: WSWA Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (USA)