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Pordosol NV

Adega Vinho

Pordosol has become an award-winning mainstay of the Adega Vinho's yearly wine line up. This Bilger Family favorite blends their two favorite vines, Tempranillo and Mourvedre, in an Adega Vinho 50/50 blend. Pordosol means "sunset" in Portuguese and we believe it is best on your porch, tailgate, or anywhere that you can watch our beautiful Texas sun drop beneath the Texas Hill Country.
Experience Nuances of red fruit, pepper and pine needle. Medium bodied with moderate acidity and grippy tannins.
Brand Adega Vinho
Non-vintage, 50% tempranillo and 50% mourvèdre.
Production 294 cases
BarrelFrench Oak
American White Oak
Bin fermented and aged in French & American oak.
Size 750ml
AppellationTexas High Plains
ABV 14.0%
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Texas High Plains

Located at the base of the panhandle, the expansive Texas High Plains produce the majority of Texas fruit used in winemaking.

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