VARIETIES: 50% Viosinho, 45% Gouveio, 5% Arinto 

COLOR: Brilliant straw green color

NOSE: Tropical fruit notes of passionate fruit, with light lemon citrus notes, and a hint of white pepper. 

PALATE: Very smooth, textured wine, medium to full bodied, with clean citrus flavors, and fine minerality. 

WINEMAKING:  The hand picked grapes were brought to the winery and sorted. The delicately crushed and pressed berries were then fermented under temperature controlled stainless steel. After fermentation we aged it for two month on the lees. 


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73053 PLCB Shelf Talker - 2015 Vintage


VARIETIES: 92% Touriga Nacional, 8% Sousão 

COLOR: Light pomegranate color.

NOSE: Delicate floral notes, with fresh strawberry notes.

PALATE: A full bodied rose, with strawberry and raspberry flavors, with a hint of white pepper, and bright acidity.

WINEMAKING:  The hand picked grapes were brought to the winery and sorted. The crushed and pressed berries were then temperature controlled fermented in stainless steel tanks.


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VARIETIES: 60% Touriga Nacional, 40% Tinta Roriz 

COLOR: Clean, bright cherry color. 

NOSE: Ripe red fruits, with hints of chocolate. 

PALATE: Very well balanced, silky texture, with rich red and dark fruit flavors, and well integrated tannins, and a touch of smoke on the end. 

WINEMAKING: Totally de-stemmed grapes are delivered to the winery, crushed, then followed by a slow temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel. Soft filtration. Aged for 6 months in French oak barrels before release. 


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VARIETIES: 35% Touriga Franca, 30% Tinta Roriz, 30% Touring Nacional, 2.5% Tinto Cão, 2.5% Tinta Amarela 

COLOR: Dark Ruby color. 

NOSE: Rich red and dark fruit notes of blackberry and plum.

PALATE: Rich, herbal and tannic structured wine, while soft and on the palate. Flavors of black plum and blackberry, with well integrated toasted oak notes. Full-bodied, yet quite elegant.

WINEMAKING: The 2011 harvest was close to perfect in terms of weather, which is likely the single most important variable on winemaking. After a long and cold winter, with plenty of rain that helped to create water reserves in the soil, spring was warm followed by a mild start to the summer. A couple of showers in mid August and very early September helped restore the vines. After the last rain, it was dry and perfect for the harvest, which started on September 5th. The grapes were sorted, pressed and fermented in stainless steel vats with long maceration; then it aged for 12 months on new French oak barrels where malolactic fermentation took place. 


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