CH By Chocapalha, Touriga Nacional

Carrocel da Pellada

IG Lisboa, Red, 2010, 90 Points

Granada intenso e carmim. Madeira doce e especiada, gelado de nata com frutos silvestres e banana, malva e folhas peitorais. Notas terrosas. Volumoso, arqueado, austero no poder lavante, com enorme e prazerosa guarda.
E: Sandra Tavares da Silva
P: Casa Agrícola das Mimosas

Sobre Aníbal Coutinho

Anibal Coutinho lives in Lisboa and he is a Portuguese independent wine commentator. For the first time ever a well known Portuguese professional is writing in English about Portuguese wines. Using the letter W for his wine philosophy, Anibal shares his passionate view as a wine consumer, winemaker, wine writer, wine voyeur, wine bullshitter, wine buyer, wine educator, wine judge and amateur sommelier. He has a MSc and an ongoing PhD in Sensory Analysis. He will also share his passion about other W liquids. Anibal sings in the Gulbenkian Choir. Last but not least he is a devoted husband and father.
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  1. David diz:

    A vine protection class recently revealed to me the secret of chocapalia. nothing to do with the ch our any other Swiss exvotoo: it is the electricity masts in the middle of the vineyard! Now don’t worry, I will not talk about bio dynamic fields of magnetic tension. Very simply, electricity masts are favourite places for bats to -literally – hang out, and bats eat all these little animals you do not want to have in a vineyard, hence keep it clean like a Swiss alpine meadow. In short, electricity masts are a prime condition for perfect grape berries and thereafter grand wine. qren in their new funding scheme should therefore by any means include significant subsidies to wine producers, to instal electricity masts in their fields. all problems that Portuguese vine growers face, will melt into the air.

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