Castelão (Periquita), Trincadeira (Tinta Amarela) and Aragonez (Tempranillo).
An "undated" Rosé that combines the freshness of younger vintages with the complexity of aging on lees, which only older vintages can give. It is fine and complex, yet never ceasing to be fresh and simple, as a great Rosé should be.
Very light salmon color. Presents a creamy texture on the palate that is balanced with a refreshing acidity.
Continental Mediterranean, hot and dry days with very cold nights.
Keep at 6-8ºC to be served at 10ºC to be drunk at 12ºC.
The grapes come from our own vineyards, without irrigation, with an average age of 20 years, and mostly granite soils, resulting from the degradation of the mother rock, varying the percentage of limestone from plot to plot, varying the pH of the soils between 5.7 and 8.2. Water being close by is a determining factor in all our vineyards, where the water tables are close, guaranteeing fresh soils.
Manual harvest at night to ensure the grapes are fresh, followed by gentle crushing to gravity tank (grapes never touch pumps), with open spout (open valve). Then, natural cold decantation, without any additives. Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel tanks without any barrels (unoaked). 55% sangria and 45% direct pressing.
Superbly accompanies fish dishes, seafood and salads. It has volume and structure for white meat dishes. Perfect for Indian, Thai and sushi food.