Grape variety – Aragonêz, Trincadeira, and Touriga Nacional

Vintage – 2015

Region – Alentejo

Denomination – IG Alentejano

Type of soil – granitic / schist nature

Tasting notes − made from the Alentejo regional Aragonez, Trincadeira and Castelão resulted in a young wine, ruby colour, pleasant scent of red fruits and hints of vanilla. With a soft structure presents a final delicious and lingering finish. Bright, clear ruby colour appearance

Winemaking − de-stemmed with the gentle crushing of the grapes. Pre-fermentation cold maceration (12ºC). Fermentation with selected yeasts and with temperature control (14ºC and 16ºC) in stainless steel vats with pumping

Ageing – 6 months stage in barrels of French and American oak 2nd use

Alcohol – 14%

Total acidity – 5,80 g/l

pH – 3,62

Awards/Reviews – the gold medal on “The International Wine Challenge 2017” in London

Quote – “Wine is appropriate to accompany with meat dishes, including barbecues, and stronger flavour cheeses” (LUÍS DUARTE, winemaker)