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1999 Justino's Tinta Negra - Madeira Colheita - 3 Flaschen (0,75 l)
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1999 Justino's Tinta Negra - Madeira Colheita - 3 Flaschen (0,75 l)

PLEASE NOTE: This is a recurring auction. Therefor, the ​seal number(s) you see in the photos might differ from the one(s) on your bottle(s). 1999 Justino's Madeira Colheita Tinta Negra 3 - bottles 0.75L Justino’s Colheitas Madeiras are produced with the best harvested grapes from Tinta Negra. The grapes have been carefully selected and vinified. Aged in oak barrels under de canteiro process, these ... It has been in Madeira for 20 years and is a classic of Madeira's wine production very Justino’s Colheitas Madeiras are produced with the best harvested grapes from Tinta Negra. The grapes have been carefully selected and vinified. Aged in oak barrels under de canteiro process, these wines are bottled no earlier than 10 years after the harvest. Wine Profile Sommelier Wine Awards (SWA) 2016/UK Silver Justino’s Madeira Colheita 1999 Wine Profile WINE STYLE: Colheita | Single Harvest | Fine Rich (Sweet) HARVEST YEAR: 1999 DENOMINATION: DOP Madeira (Denominação de Origem Protegida). GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION: Madeira Island (Portugal). Situated in the Atlantic Ocean, about 900 Km south-west of Lisbon and 600 Km west, from the North African coast. SOIL TYPE: Several mixtures of soils derived mainly of basalt, trachytes and trachydolerites, tufa, scoria and conglomerates. CLIMATE: The geographical position and mountains landscape allows a very pleasing climate. Temperatures are about 22ºC in the summer and about 16ºC during the winter. With its mild humidity, the island weather is classified as subtropical with variations in temperature, humidity, and rainfall according to altitude. PRINCIPAL GRAPE GROWING AREA: Estreito de Câmara de Lobos, Câmara de Lobos and São Vicente. GRAPE VARIETIES: Tinta Negra VINE TRAINING SYSTEM: Latada (traditionally low trellises formed by wire horizontal structures laid over trellis post, usually wood or iron). HARVEST PERIOD: Starting the 1st week September concluding the 1st week of October. HARVEST METHOD: Manually in several-weekly selections according to grape ripeness. VINIFICATION: The grapes (selection of the best Tinta Negra grapes from 1999 harvest) are totally destemmed and crushed. Fermentation is carried out with maceration on the skins at controlled temperatures (28º to 32ºC) in stainless steel containers. The juice is pumped over the cap frequently for about 2 to 3 days, in order to extract colour or aroma compounds from the skins. Fermentation is arrested by addition of neutral grape spirit (96% minimum) in order to maintain the desired sweetness degree. Vinification is made in strict accordance with traditional methods. AGEING/MATURATION: Aged in American and French oak cask in the traditional “Canteiro” since harvest. After matured the wine underwent racking, fining and filtering before the blend was assembled and bottle. BOTTLING DATE: At the moment of being shipped to the market. SENSORY CHARACTERISTICS / TASTING NOTES: Appearance: Brilliant and attractive medium deep amber colour. Nose | Taste: Elegant and complex aroma, rich, ripe on the nose with hints of molasses, honey cake, caramel, walnuts and hot honey. Richly flavoured with pronounced caramel fruit flavours. TECHNICAL WINE ANALYSIS: Alcohol: 19% vol. Total Acidity: 5.45 g/l (as tartaric acid). Total Sugar: 121.3 g/l RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 18ºC - 20ºC. SERVING SUGGESTION/FOOD PAIRINGS: Does not need decanting but benefits from aeration. Excellent with tropical fruits, dark chocolate, honey cake (bolo de mel), rich chocolates desserts, petit fours, pralines, butter biscuits, fruit cake, coffee desserts, strong flavoured cheeses and as a digestive or with coffee. STORAGE: The bottle should be kept in vertical position, away from the light, and in an atmosphere of moderate and unchanging temperature. AGE ABILITY (SERVE UNTIL): Undetermined. After bottled opening the wine will keep for several months in good conditions. WINEMAKER: Dina Luís / Juan Teixeira

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1999 Justino's Tinta Negra - Madeira Colheita - 3 Flaschen (0,75 l)

1999 Justino's Tinta Negra - Madeira Colheita - 3 Flaschen (0,75 l)

PLEASE NOTE: This is a recurring auction. Therefor, the ​seal number(s) you see in the photos might differ from the one(s) on your bottle(s).

1999 Justino's Madeira Colheita Tinta Negra

3 - bottles 0.75L

Justino’s Colheitas Madeiras are produced with the best harvested grapes from Tinta Negra. The grapes have been carefully selected and vinified. Aged in oak barrels under de canteiro process, these ...
It has been in Madeira for 20 years and is a classic of Madeira's wine production very

Justino’s Colheitas Madeiras are produced with the best harvested grapes from Tinta Negra. The grapes have been carefully selected and vinified. Aged in oak barrels under de canteiro process, these wines are bottled no earlier than 10 years after the harvest.
Wine Profile

Sommelier Wine Awards (SWA) 2016/UK

Silver
Justino’s Madeira Colheita 1999

Wine Profile
WINE STYLE: Colheita | Single Harvest | Fine Rich (Sweet)
HARVEST YEAR: 1999
DENOMINATION: DOP Madeira (Denominação de Origem Protegida).
GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION: Madeira Island (Portugal). Situated in the Atlantic Ocean, about 900 Km
south-west of Lisbon and 600 Km west, from the North African coast.
SOIL TYPE: Several mixtures of soils derived mainly of basalt, trachytes and trachydolerites, tufa, scoria
and conglomerates.
CLIMATE: The geographical position and mountains landscape allows a very pleasing climate. Temperatures are about 22ºC in
the summer and about 16ºC during the winter. With its mild humidity, the island weather is classified as subtropical with
variations in temperature, humidity, and rainfall according to altitude.
PRINCIPAL GRAPE GROWING AREA: Estreito de Câmara de Lobos, Câmara de Lobos and São Vicente.
GRAPE VARIETIES: Tinta Negra
VINE TRAINING SYSTEM: Latada (traditionally low trellises formed by wire horizontal structures laid over trellis post, usually
wood or iron).
HARVEST PERIOD: Starting the 1st week September concluding the 1st week of October.
HARVEST METHOD: Manually in several-weekly selections according to grape ripeness.
VINIFICATION: The grapes (selection of the best Tinta Negra grapes from 1999 harvest) are totally destemmed and crushed.
Fermentation is carried out with maceration on the skins at controlled temperatures (28º to 32ºC) in stainless steel
containers. The juice is pumped over the cap frequently for about 2 to 3 days, in order to extract colour or aroma compounds
from the skins. Fermentation is arrested by addition of neutral grape spirit (96% minimum) in order to maintain the desired
sweetness degree. Vinification is made in strict accordance with traditional methods.
AGEING/MATURATION: Aged in American and French oak cask in the traditional “Canteiro” since harvest. After matured the
wine underwent racking, fining and filtering before the blend was assembled and bottle.
BOTTLING DATE: At the moment of being shipped to the market.
SENSORY CHARACTERISTICS / TASTING NOTES:
Appearance: Brilliant and attractive medium deep amber colour.
Nose | Taste: Elegant and complex aroma, rich, ripe on the nose with hints of molasses, honey cake, caramel, walnuts and
hot honey. Richly flavoured with pronounced caramel fruit flavours.
TECHNICAL WINE ANALYSIS:
Alcohol: 19% vol.
Total Acidity: 5.45 g/l (as tartaric acid).
Total Sugar: 121.3 g/l
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 18ºC - 20ºC.
SERVING SUGGESTION/FOOD PAIRINGS: Does not need decanting but benefits from aeration. Excellent with tropical fruits, dark
chocolate, honey cake (bolo de mel), rich chocolates desserts, petit fours, pralines, butter biscuits, fruit cake, coffee desserts,
strong flavoured cheeses and as a digestive or with coffee.
STORAGE: The bottle should be kept in vertical position, away from the light, and in an atmosphere of moderate and
unchanging temperature.
AGE ABILITY (SERVE UNTIL): Undetermined. After bottled opening the wine will keep for several months in good conditions.
WINEMAKER: Dina Luís / Juan Teixeira

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