2014 Campolargo Baga

Campolargo (Bairrada)

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From Campolargo (Bairrada), we received this 2014 Campolargo Baga , a red wine based on the best baga from 2014 and comes with an alcohol content of 14%.

Technical sheet · Campolargo Baga

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2014 Other vintages
2015, 2013, 2011 and N/A
Appellation:Bairrada (Portugal)
Winery: Campolargo
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Baga
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14%

Description · Campolargo

2014 Campolargo Baga (Baga)


  • View: pale ruby.
  • Nose: intense, fragrant, clean scent, crushed berries, some vegetal appeal.
  • Mouth: medium bodied with fruit quality, very lively, strong and pronounced acidity in the final tannins.


VINES: Campolargo


AGEING: Aged for 12 months in barrels sophomores and tanks.

PREPARATION: total or partial stripping, fermentation tanks with small band manual or mechanical rolling. Completion of alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in wood used.

PAIRING: game meat dishes such as wild boar stew, beef, lamb, poultry and roasts.




In the mid-1990s we began wine-making trials with the various castes we have planted (many of which were for the first time in the region). The decision was then taken to start winemaking and build a new wine cellar. The first wines of the Campolargo brand were those of the 2000 harvest, and the...

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Reviews about Campolargo Baga 2011

Lauren Scott
Lauren Scott


We order it by mail.
Red towards reddish brown. Smells a lot of oak. The Campolargo Baga is a well bodied wine .

Reviews about Campolargo Baga 2015

Garrafeira Nacional
Garrafeira Nacional


A family that has several generations dedicated to the culture of the vineyard and the production of wine. Currently works in two properties in the center of Portugal: Quinta de São Mateus and Quinta de Vale de Azar. In February 2004, the company started construction of a new winery, which is located in Quinta de S. Mateus, which was completed in December 2005. In this winery, it is produced from an oenological concept of maximum respect for feathers, with a practically exclusive use of gravity throughout the winemaking cycle and excluding oenological products.