This is serious, complex and age worthy. It balances wood-aged toast with peach, apricot and crisp lime-juice flavors. From one of Bairrada’s top estates, this is worth keeping for 3–4 years.
Certainly rich, but also finely structured, it keeps its exuberant fruit firmly in check with dry tannins, dense texture and a fresh edge of acidity. With this structure, this is a great, rich, meat-friendly wine.