Grape variety – 60% Syrah, 30% Touriga Nacional and 10% Petit Verdot

Vintage – 2010

Region – Península de Setúbal

Denomination – Península de Setúbal

Type of soil – sandy

Tasting notes − with an intriguing blend of Touriga Nacional, Syrah, Petit Verdot, this wine offer elegant, silky, and with a fantastic bouquet of ripe fruits. An easy to drink luxurious choice. Dark red garnet colour. Aroma of ripe black fruits, spice, and some leather. A full-bodied wine with good acidity, well-structured tannins and elegant. Long and lingering finish

Winemaking − fermentation in stainless steel tanks with skin maceration for 3 weeks

Ageing – 70% aged in stainless steel vats and 30% in French and American oak barrels for 12 months

Alcohol – 14%

Wine pairing − pairs well with red meats, game, and cheese

Awards/Reviews − this wine has won many prizes: 91 points in “The Wine Enthusiast Magazine” (2017); the 2009 vintage was awarded the silver on the “Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2013” and the 2010 vintage was awarded the bronze on the “International Wine Challenge”; this wine is also recommended by “International Wine Challenge 2013”

Quote – “Dominated by Syrah, this wine is dark and dense. It is perfumed with solid tannins and the potential of juicy red fruits. Grown in the Pamela area of the Setúbal peninsula, south of Lisbon, the wine is both warm and densely concentrated. Drink from 2018” (ROGER VOSS, European Editor. Reviews wines from Portugal and France)