A traditional style of Alentejo wine, which pushes dry tannins as much as fruit. It is solid, dark, intense, powered by its structure, the fruit coming way behind. It is always going to be a tannic wine, but it makes a great partner with rich winter stews.
Rich and smooth wine, with a velvet texture despite the strong core of tannins. The wine is solid, dense, full of black plum and chocolate flavors, layered with fine acidity. It could be aged for one to two years, but is ready to drink.