35% Trincadeira, 35% Tinta Caiada, 10%Aragonez, 10% Alicante Bouschet 10% Petit Verdot.
Based on the traditional red grape varieties of the Alto Alentejo plus a guest variety such as Petit Verdot.
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 by their potential for 22 months barrel aging resulting in a rich and complex wine typical of the this special region of Portugal.
Dense red with dark center, ripe soft red fruit, violets with tarry/spicy notes. Layers of ripe fruit, good acidity and structure. Great volume with integrated oak followed by a soft, prolonged 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.
Made from 100% Alicante Bouschet from the Antes and Boa Vista vineyards. The grapes are harvested as late possible to obtain the full richness of the fruit and tannins. The wine sees prolonged maceration on skins followed by 14 months maturation in barrel. The wine has intense notes of dark fruit and spice, which on the palate become plums and prunes, with smooth rich tannins providing a long rich finish with some good acidity.
Encruzado is one to the best and most distinct of the Portuguese white grape varieties. This wine, after 4 months aging in usted barrels on yeast lees has a citrus and white peach aroma, with refreshing minerality on the palate, so characteristic of the variety.