Grape Varieties: Old Vines.
Cosmopolitan, to enjoy on any occasion: vibrant and persistent, with structure and memorable centre of mouth; clearly evidenced tannins and long finish. These are wines that stand up to traditional and contemporary gastronomy, as well as to long and memorable get-togethers among friends.
Its freshness and good acidity add contact points between several textures. Delicate proteins, less juicy but with a sense of character, whether in fish or meat. Crunchy sensations, sauces from deglazing, as well as refined fine herbs and spices of a fresher, less pungent nature. A more open glass and a service with a temperature around 12/14ºCelcius, could expose its implicit structure.
“Soft nose, with yellow fruits, mineral notes and flowers, with good integration. Full, but with good acidity, moderate dryness, complex and fragrant, with a well-bodied finish.” Revista de Vinhos, Luis Antunes
“Citrine yellow colour, young appearance, crystalline, clean. Intense aromas, citrus and floral fruit, flint notes, integrated barrel, very light toasted touch, fresh profile. Good mouth expression, fresh lime, acidic, fresh, with slight unctuosity and volume, good final length.” Eating, Drinking and Leisure