9 months in French oak barrels, fermented and aged with fine lees stirred batonnage / Grapes from old vines in field blended vineyards, of native varieties, such as: Códega do Larinho, Rabigato, Viosinho, Verdelho, Malvasia Fina,… / Schist soils in the Upper Douro at an average altitude of 500 metres above the sea level.
Winemaker’s Notes: Very complex aroma, a mineral character balanced with discreet hints of tropical and citrus fruits and orange peel. Perfectly balanced, evoking toasty notes of French oak, giving it great aromatic complexity. Long on the palate, with volume, full body and a very fresh final acidity.
A perfect wine to enjoy with food, try it with baked fish, soft goat cheeses, white meat and cod dishes.