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Alfaiate - white table wine

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One white table wine from the Setubal Peninsula.It is a fantastic white wine with a clear, light-colored.
In the nose have a very initial subtle aroma to pineapples, followed by fruits of white pulp, apple and pear.

Red Table Wine Autocarro No. 27

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Premium red wine Autocarro No. 27This is a red wine on the nose is intense and refreshing with an aroma of plum and red berries.

Lambic beer Faro

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One fabulous Lambic beer Faro with a fantastic sour-sweet finish in the mouth.In 1978, the company brought Faro to centre stage. A true local product!
In the fields, workers drank a lambic beer faro to regain their strength. Today, our faro is the perfect beer for recovering after physical exertion.
It is the favourite beverage of amateur cyclists!

Lambic Beer Kriek Cuvée René

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Traditional Lambic Beer Cuvée René in all its splendour!
Probably our most complex product.
The pretty red Lambic Beer Kriek Cuvée René label with its Art Nouveau style was designed by famous American beer importer Charles Finkel.
In order to produce Old Kriek Cuvée René, the cherries ferment in a lambic that is at least six months old in huge 10,000-litre oak barrels called foudres. After six months, this traditional kriek is bottled in corked 75 cl bottles.
The beer will then undergo a spontaneous second fermentation process which, after a few months, will produce the carbon dioxide (CO2) to which this authentic beer owes its carbonation and distinctive foam head.
SINCE: 1961. Our old kriek has been called 'Cuvée René' since 2007. ALCOHOL (ALCOHOL CONTENT): 7 % COLOUR: Ruby red with a pinkish-red foam CALORIES: 55 kcal (100 ml)
CONSERVATION TIP: Due to the second fermentation process in the bottle, this kriek will keep for years. Like wine, it undergoes a favourable change in taste. …

Lambic Beer Gueuze

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The Lambic Beer Gueuze (Gefilterd)
Lambic Beer Gueuze filtered before being bottled, this is a sweet variation of old Gueuze. Filtered lambic beer gueuze (also called capped gueuze) was developed by lambic brewers in response to the arrival of pilsner beers.
Due to its 25 cl bottles, this sweetened version of traditional gueuze (which does not undergo a fermentation process in the bottle) had the advantage of being consumed by a wider audience and easier to store in a refrigerator.
A one year old lambic that is slightly sweet, making the gueuze more appealing to a wider audience.
SINCE: 1978 ALCOHOL (ALCOHOL CONTENT): 5 % COLOUR: Golden and light blond CALORIES: 53 kcal (100 ml)
CONSERVATION TIP: The bottles should be stored lying on their sides.
TASTE: A lambic beer gueuze that is both sweet and dry with a pleasantly sweet attack and a fresh, slightly sour finish reminiscent of sherry with notes of champagne and rhubarb.
FOOD PAIRINGS: Fish (salted or with cream sauce)MusselsChicken, turkey (pre…

Lambic Beer Kriek

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The Lambic Beer KriekThis Lambic beer Kriek it’s re-fermented in the presence of sour cherries and with secondary fermentation in the bottle results in Kriek.
What’s Lambic? Spontaneous fermentation is carried out without the controlled addition of yeast to the wort. It happens naturally, thanks to the micro-organisms in the air.
This exceptional brewing method, which is the oldest in the world, has been developed in our region from time immemorial. This natural technique requires patience and a unique know-how that we have mastered at the brewery here for almost 200 years.

Convento de Tomar Reserva Red wine

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Premium quality red wine, produced in Portugal, in the Tejo Region at Tomar.
It’s classified as one DOC do Tejo wine.

The Convento de Tomar Reserva red wine has an intense garnet color with violet hues.

Deep and intense aroma of ripe fruit, with flower notes and a little touch of spices.

Concentrated in the mouth, full-bodied, with fine tannins present but elegant.

The fruit proves to be quite intense, with spicy hints; Long, harmonious and elegant finish.

Grape varieties: Touriga Nacional 50%, Cabernet Sauvignon - 25% Syrah - 25%

Vinification: Selective manual harvesting in 20 kg boxes.

Total destemming followed by natural and spontaneous alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature at 26ºC.

After the malolactic fermentation is followed a slight stage in French and American oak barrel, maintaining the original character of the grape varieties, which will promote a better evolution and balance of the wine.

Alcohol content 13.5%.

The label of this premium wine it’s …