Portugali Veinipäev – 27.05 @ SIP Tallinn
Portugali veinipäev SIP kaupluses 27. mail kl 12:00 – 16:00. Kl 12-14 on kohal ka Portugalis üks tunnustatumaid veinimeistreid CARLOS LUCAS Ribeiro Santo veinimajast!
Koostöös Eesti suurima Portugali veiniportfelli maaletoojaga Wine Not? avame 27.05 ka SIPis müügil olevaid populaarseid Portugali veine:
- Ribeiro Santo Branco
- Ribeiro Santo Tinto
- Ribeiro Santo Rose
- Ribeiro Santo Automatico Tinto
- Ribeiro Santo Bruto
- Tom de Baton Branco
- Muros Antigos Loureiro
- Flor de Crasto Tinto
- Maria Mora Tinto
- AM Dessert
Lisaks veel mitu põnevat üllatusveini, mis seda kuninglikku nimekirja ilusti täiendavad.
NB! Maitsmine on TASUTA! Ja enimmeeldinud veine saab sel päeval endale kaasa soetada soodsamalt.
Allpool veidi inglisekeelset juttu Carlose
The winemaker of Ribeiro Santo wines Carlos
Lucas is a brand of its own. Few winemakers in Portugal boast the decades of
experience that saw the launch of countless iconic labels, the development of a
number of international projects and marketing offensives, positions on
prestigious judging panels and work as wine advisor and consultant. He openly
admits he is a man of the world, with a burning passion for wine whatever its
provenance, but in truth, Carlos Lucas’ heart lies firmly in the Dão region of
Portugal. It is here that, in 2011, alongside fellow winemaker and old friend
Carlos Rodrigues, he founded Magnum Carlos Lucas Vinhos. ‘
Even though Magnum produces in several regions, perhaps some of most iconic of Carlos Lucas’ wines are produced in the Dão region, at the restored Quinta do Ribeiro Santo. With its own winery and vineyards cared for using organic products that respect the environment, the estate is planted with the typical local varieties, such as Touriga Nacional, Tinto Cão, Alfrocheiro and Encruzado. The resulting wines, bearing Ribeiro Santo name, are Carlos’ signature labels, which reflect the authenticity and transparency of their creator. Their outward appearance, classic and sometimes even vintage in style, gives them international standing and allows them to compete anywhere in the world, according to the winemaker. Inside, they are elegant and sophisticated, ‘revealing themselves now but to be kept for some years’, as Carlos explains.