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Tiago Teles: Human and Floral Roots on the Atlantic Ocean

A master of ax by tradition, winemakers by vocation.

September 17, 2019 – Vino Vero Lisboa
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The Teles family is a master of ax by tradition, winemakers by vocation.
Back in 2012, Tiago with his father recovered local vineyards to create rough wines fermented in traditional open concrete tanks called lagar.
Their red wines pass through a light passage in 300-liter barrels that are worn by previous uses and which allow the juice to acquire breath and length, without any tannic impact.
Strength and vigor for wines that bring with them the imprint of the sea in every perspective: from human and floral roots, to labels with naval themes, to end up with the salty taste that identifies these auteur wines.

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Marsala, in the Sicilian province of Trapani, is an area that stands out for being flat and linear for the most part.

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Elisabetta Foradori: The Godmother of Biodynamics

The pride of the Dolomites and the simplicity of a winemaker without any unnecessary frilly bits.

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