60% Arinto, 10% Tamarez and 30% blended vines.
Very gastronomic woody white resulting from typical Portuguese grape varieties in which each one plays a key role.
Citrine yellow color, with an intense aroma in which the citrus fruit is well evidenced with a touch of cream.
In the mouth the attack is dense, with well marked acidity but being exaggerated. Rich retro in the middle of the tasting. Finishes with plenty of freshness and persistence.
Continental Mediterranean, hot and dry days with very cold nights.
Vineyards under Integrated Production with average age between 25 and 30 years.
Manual harvest at night, selection table, direct pressing without crushing and cold decanting for about 12 hours, without additives.
Spontaneous fermentation in barrels without any temperature control.
15 months on fine lees in used French oak barrels.
For its spicy and tannic component, it goes well with fish dishes as well as roasted meats, and for its acidity, it goes perfectly with simpler fish and seafood.
Keep at 6-8ºC to be served at 10ºC to be drunk at 12ºC.