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Maçanita Red: a wine with a concentrated ruby violet color, an intense and ripe nose with floral notes of black fruit. Full-bodied, round and with good persistence.
Maçanita White: Bright yellow color. Fresh, intense nose with floral notes. Creamy in the mouth with fresh fruit at the end.
Maçanita Reserva Red: Grapes are harvested by hand and transported in 18 kg boxes. In the cellar, cold pre-maceration, spontaneous fermentation, cuvaison for 26 days. Aged 30% in new French oak barrels, 55% neutral and 35% in stainless steel vats for 14 months.
Maçanita Reserva White: Grapes are harvested by hand and transported in 18 kg boxes. In the cellar, direct press, cold decanting, fermented 40% in stainless steel, 60% in barrels - bâtonnage. Aged for 18 months.
Is it Sousão or is it Vinhão?: A red grape variety (i.e. with color in the pulp) from the north of the country - "it is said that it came from the banks of the river Lima" - wrote Girão in 1822. He goes on to say that it has so much color that the bark can be used to "make excellent ink to cover wines lacking in color", as if describing the current role of Sousão in the Douro. Further north, the same grape variety with the manly name of Vinhão, is drunk raw, extreme, rough and proud as a bastion of the last signs of rurality. So is this Sousão or Vinhão?
As Olgas White: Citrus yellow, fresh and mineral nose with some notes of cream. The attack is dense, rich with good acidity.
Includes: Maçanita Tinto, Maçanita Branco, Maçanita Reserva Tinto, Maçanita Reserva Branco, É Sousão ou Será Vinhão?, As Olgas Branco.