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GRAPE VARIETY
PORT WINE
PORTUGAL
TOURIGA NACIONAL
TOURIGA FRANCESA
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Definitions

  1. Touriga Francesa is the fifth most planted grape in Portugal, with 7,440 hectares. (Web site)
  2. Touriga Francesa is a separate grape variety, but equally as important and respected.
  3. Touriga Francesa (or Touriga Franca) is one of the major grape varieties used to produce port wine.
  4. Touriga Francesa is lighter and more perfumed than Touriga Nacional and adds finesse to this powerful wine.
  5. Touriga Francesa is prized for its ability to ripen early as well as the haunting mix of fruit and wildflowers that it contributes to port wines. (Web site)

Grape Variety

  1. It is currently the second most grown grape variety in the Demarcated Douro Region, surpassed only by the Touriga Francesa.

Port Wine

  1. Touriga Francesa (or Touriga Franca) is one of the major grape varieties used to produce port wine.

Portugal

  1. The Touriga Francesa is grown primarily in Portugal where it is one of the many grapes designated for blending in Port. (Web site)
  2. Touriga Francesa is the fifth most planted grape in Portugal, with 7,440 hectares. (Web site)

Touriga Nacional

  1. Touriga Nacional is probably related to Touriga Francesa, and RAPD analysis has suggested links to Moscatel Galego and the Tinta Negra Mole of Madeira.

Touriga Francesa

  1. Grapes like touriga nacional, tinta barroca, touriga francesa, tinta roriz, tinto cao, sousao, tinta amarela, mourisco and the unfortunately named bastardo.
  2. Port is a blend made from up to five red grape varieties — Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão, Touriga Francesa, and Touriga Nacional.
  3. Also indigenous to Portugal, the Touriga Francesa is related to the Touriga Nacional vine, though more fragile.

Categories

  1. Cooking > Foods > Wine > Touriga Nacional
  2. Tinta Roriz
  3. Bastardo
  4. Port Wine
  5. Tinto
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