A wine that respects the legacy of old vines.
Terroir, production method and ripening: The grapes are picked by hand from orchards in the Bairrada area, whose soil is calcareous clay. The vines grow mainly bush-like. The shelters face east and are about 80 years old. The stems of the grapes are partially removed and the grapes age in open oak cellars. The wine matures for 12 months in 500-600 liter pipa barrels and large oak barrels.
Use: With roasted duck, veal fillet or creamy cheeses.
Description: The aroma has cherry and dark plum, as well as cigar. The taste is enhanced by silky tannins and the fruitiness is very pure.