Traditional grape varieties, planted in “Chão Rijo”, a local expression to identify the region’s clay-limestone soils, about 10 km from the Atlantic coast and at an average altitude of 130 m above sea level.
Harvest at the beginning of October. This wine is the result of careful vinification using the classic “bica aberta” process, with total destemming and immediate pressing. The resulting must was cooled (5ºC) and statically decanted overnight. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks with temperature control (15-16ºC) for 14 days.
It can be served on any occasion, especially with fish, seafood and white meat dishes.