CORETO in Portuguese means gazebo or bandstand in a public garden, where usually music shows are presented.
José Neiva Correia
Destemming, pelicular maceration and pressing. Cooled to 15ºC, the must passes by a vacuum filter with perlites. The fermentation is achieved through active dry yeasts, the temperature being controlled between 16ºC and 18ºC.
The wine is aged in bottle a minimum a month after bottling.
Coreto means Bandstand. Coreto is produced from selected varieties, it appears clear, bright, with an aroma of apples and citrus fruits. This wine is young, refreshing, very soft and easy to drink.
Delicious meal or be alone, it is especially recommended with pates, cheeses, and also as a complement to desserts and fruit platters. Still displayed for all spicy dishes, especially spicy. Serving nearly frozen to a temperature 8-12 ° C.
8,3 kg (6x75cl)
135 Caixas (6x75cl) - 15 Caixas/fiada x 9 fiadas
96 Caixas (6x75cl) - 12 Caixas/fiada x 8 fiadas
Bottle: 560 0312 19135 6/ Case: (6 x 75cl): 1 560 0312 19135 3
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TROPHY - PORTUGAL Winery of the year
TROPHY: PORTADA MEDIUM SWEET 2015 - SAMPION RED SEMI DRY & SILVER
DFJ VINHOS awarded "Portugal Winery of the year" won also 6 Double Gold medals, 9 Gold, 10 Silver and 1 Bronze medal at the BERLIN International Wine Competition.
CWSA ALENTEJO WINE OF THE YEAR 2015
Great recognition of our work in the most important Portuguese wine magazine.
DFJ received 26 excellent ratings, 23 Best Buys and 2 Cellar Selection in Wine Enthusiast 2013. Also relevant DFJ get two wines with the rating of 92, two with 91 and four with 90.
DFJ VINHOS won eleven medals and one trophy at the NYIWC 2013 in the USA.
DFJ Vinhos was awarded with one silver medal, seven Bronze medals and 10 Commended on Decanter Wine Awards in 2011.
2011 was outstanding for DFJ wines at Wine Enthusiast.
D.F.J. Vinhos has been distinguished with One Gold Medal and Two Slver Medals in the Mundus Vini 2011.
D.F.J. Vinhos has been distinguished with 17 Silver medals and 7 Seals of Approval in AWC 2011.