Grape variety – 100% Jampal (single grape)

Vintage – 2014

Region – Lisbon

Denomination – IG Lisboa

Type of soil – clay-limestone

Tasting notes bright yellow colour. Fruity aromas dominate the full bouquet. Exotic and citrus fruits are predominant along with captivating complexity aromas, revealing soft butter, vanilla and toast notes. Dona Fátima, produced entirely from the Jampal grape has an intense freshness on the palate with a full, sustained bouquet, an elegant lingering taste, and a good balance of acidity with added complexities of young oak

Winemaking − the grapes were de-stemmed. Pre-fermentation maceration. The fermentation process occurred in small stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature

Ageing in French oak barrels for 6 months in "battonage" system

Alcohol – 13%

Wine pairing − ideal with light food dishes and fish

Awards/Reviews − the 2012 vintage was awarded bronze on the “Wines of Portugal Challenge 2013”; this wine is on the list of the best 50 Portuguese wines

Quote – “Only recently identified, the Jampal is a rare and ancient local grape from the western Lisboa area, close to the ocean. It produces a crisp, tight and mineral-textured wine. This example is fresh, lively and bright with sliced apple and lime flavours and a fruity aftertaste. It is ready to drink” (ROGER VOSS, European Editor. Reviews wines from Portugal and France)

Quote – “A tight, very focused nose and palate of great limpidity reveals minerals, floral, citrus and crunchy star fruit aromas and flavours. Smoky oak could detract from its limpidity but in fact cleverly complements this wine's minerality. A quality which is also reinforced by its salty long, persistent finish. Truly unique. An exciting wine” (SARAH AHMED, The Wine Detective. The inside track on Portuguese and Australian wine) [about vintage of 2013]

Quote – “Very pale, this sees oak but it is virtually undetectable on the nose with lifted, gently floral aromas that are delicate and spicy, quite exotic but utterly fresh. The palate has a freshness and mountain-stream clarity. It is fairly light and arguably just a touch dilute on the lemony, very clean finish, but then the hints of honeyed richness are there” (TOM CANNAVAN, [about vintage of 2011]