30% Syrah, 30% Alicante Bouchet, 24% Petit Verdot, Afrocheiro 14% and Touriga Nacional 3%.
Made from selected old vine grapes grown at the higher altitudes of the Alto Alentejo. Small tank fermentation with prolonged maceration resulted in wines from the above varieties being selected for their quality for 22 months barrel aging resulting in a rich and complex wine typical of the this special region of Portugal.
Aroma. Ripe soft red fruit, violets with tarry/spicy notes. Palate Layers of ripe fruit, good acidity and structure. Great volume with integrated oak followed by a soft, prolonged finish.
Produced from the Castelão and Trincadeira varieties typically found in the region, showing a fruit-forward, easy-drinking wine, with the sunshine and Atlantic breezes from Setúbal Peninsula giving it a lightly toasted pinch of seasoning.
On the nose, a mix of red berries with black plum, raspberries and camellias on the nose make it a very inviting wine. On the palate, we find a mix of fresh juicy red berries and a touch of freshly ground pepper that brings it alive (almost like a Bloody Mary cocktail)! Medium tannins, easy drinking with a smooth character and medium length refreshing finish.
Produced in Quinta de Santa Teresa, with grapes from the P67 parcel, this Monólogo is made from Avesso, the typical variety of Baião.
This wine shows a fresh aromatic profile, with notes of white flowers, thyme and a citric side to it, particularly passion fruit. On the palate smooth and silky notes of guava and pear, along with a well-adjusted acidity. It will age well in bottle.
A blend of traditional Portuguese varieties: 50% Antão Vaz, 30% Arinto & 20% Gouveio. Produced using sustainable agricultural practices.
Gold green in colour with intense freshness and tropical fruit flavours. The palate is rich in white and citrus fruit with a wonderfully balanced acidity.