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Q Grande Reserva Red

Q Grande Reserva Red is the selection of our best local grapes, famous for their small, intensily fragrant fruits. Perfect to craft an age worthy characterful wine that is both generous and balanced. This wine is perfect to pair with a rich table in the celebration of great moments with family and friends.




Bright ruby, medium saturation


Red fruit jam (cherry and red currant), oak, vanilla, grilled bread, very spicy, intense and large.


Luscious fruit on the entry, full of red fruits pureness, tightly knit tannins of high quality, long spicy finish.


Wine Enthusiast

Reviewed by Roger Voss on May 2023

This wine delivers structure along with powerful dark fruits. A blend of selected fruit, the wine is rich, with good acidity and tannins that show excellent potential. The wine will be best from 2024. 

The Wine Advocate

Reviewed on 29th Jul 2022

The 2018 Q Grande Reserva is a roughly equal blend of Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz with 13% Touriga Nacional and 4% Tinta Amarela, all aged for 12 months in one-third new French oak. It comes in at 13.5% alcohol. This is sourced from Quinta da Alegria (75%) and Quinta do Mós (25%). This is the priciest of the table wines, but it’s not necessarily really more impressive than the Claudia’s Reserve Tinto or the Alegria. Of course, they all are from different vintages. Apart from qualitative issues, that puts them in a different stage of life, this being the most developed. This holds its own and drinks well, perhaps the most elegant of the three. It is also, though, the least concentrated, the one that least expresses its fruit impressively. Still, overall, this performs well and seems to show finesse and tasty fruit on the finish. There is some firmness too, although not a lot of power. You could drink this now, but it will surely be better next year. It has enough richness to coat the palate while seeming graceful.

Technical Information

Grape Varieties

Tinta Roriz (43%), Touriga Franca (40%), Touriga Nacional (13%), Tinta Amarela (4%)


Alcohol – 13,50%% Total Acidity – 5,2 (g/l) pH – 3,64 Residual Sugar – 0,7 (g/l)

Winemaking Details

Estate grown grapes, hand-harvested.

Grapes were destemmed and crushed, fermented on selected yeast, followed by a full malolactic on the naturally ocurring bacteria.

Aged for 11 months in new 500-liter French oak barrels (50% of the wine), two years-old 500-liter French oak barrels (25% of the wine), three years-old 500-liter French oak barrels (25% of the wine).

Teresa Batista


Grilled meat, game meat, steak tartare


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