Touriga Nacional, Tinta Miüda and Alicante Bouschet. A beautiful dark ruby red color. A sensual nose of ripe fruit and southern spice jump out of the glass. Black cherries, blackberries, black plum with cinnamon, clove and juniper hints. Nice, lush mouthfeel, rich, smooth and round. Long, full-bodied finish that leaves you stunned, with a wonderful summer feel.
Summers in Alentejo are hot and dry, while winters are wet but mild. Spring and autumn are more pleasant, with moderate temperatures. The climate is nowhere else in Portugal as hot as in Alentejo.
Mixed with slabs, granite and limestone, with a thick (watery) layer of clay.
Grapes are picked by hand and strictly selected. Vinification in temperature controlled stainless-steel tanks, with long maceration of the pellets. Maturing on French oak for 9 months.