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2012 Casa de Darei Darei Tinto Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Alfrocheiro, Jaen Dão

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2012 Casa de Darei Darei Tinto Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Alfrocheiro, Jaen Dão
SRP: $17.546666666667 Bottle / $210.56 case of 12
1-27 Cases Landed Profit Margin: 21.85%
28+ Cases Landed Profit Margin: 32.30%
FOB Profit Margin: 43.20%

Casa de Darei is a third generation estate of the Ruivo family, and is a gorgeous 150-hectare property nestled in the Dão Valley in the central portion of Portugal, in the municipality of Mangualde. The vast majority of the area is a dedicated natural reserve, with beautiful forests that line the Dão River, verdant farmland for cattle, apple orchards, and 6.8 hectares of organic certified grape vines. Darei is the name of the 40- inhabitant town that the winery sits in, where the total production for the estate is 45,000 bottles annually, focused on the local and indigenous white and red varieties. A sincere focus on traditionally made wines using old cement lagares and beautiful old presses makes the wines clean, focused, and speak to the terroir of the area. Guanito (bat guano) is all the fertilizer they need on their serradela, white clover, and strawberry clover covered ground, to encourage the healthy growth of their native white and red varieties. Striving to only show the natural terroir of their small region, Casa de Darei is all about the tradition of the area, and not the fashion of the wine world. Darei Tinto is a traditional blend of four of the local grape varieties of the Dão region, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Alfrocheiro, and Jaen. With a high elevation and the river’s humidity, the climate is perfect for creating fresh and lively wines with remarkable acidity. After they are hand picked and sorted, the grapes are de-stemmed to begin a natural fermentation in lagars. A gentle basket press is used to pull the skins aside from the wine, and malolactic fermentation takes place in large, 5000-liter cement vats, where it also rests for 15 months before resting in bottle for a year. The resulting wine is complex and earthy yet lifted and fresh with bright fruit and acid. Full in the mouth with soft tannins, yet restrained with elegance and purity of the fruit and land, this red is as age-worthy as it is drinkable while young.

Fanciful Name: Darei Tinto
Vintage: 2012
Varietal: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Alfrocheiro, Jaen
Region/AVA: Dão
ABV: 13%%
Annual Production: 4000
Country Of Origin: Portugal
Bottle Size: 750
Bottles Per Case: 12
Closure Type: Cork
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