These vineyards ate located in the subregion of Silgueiros at an altitude of between 350-400 meters. The vineyard’s vines consist of 60% Touriga Nacional, 20% Tinta Roriz, 10% Jaen and 10% Alfrocheiro. The vine is grown within a program of integrated protection: The application of herbicides is forbidden. Infestation control is carried out through soil movement. Grape-picking is done by hand, caste by cast, when they reach the ideal point of ripeness, normally between the second fortnight of September and the first fortnight in October. The harvest is placed in small 10 kg boxes.
These wines are obtained after fermentation at a controlled temperature in order to preserve all their aromatic elegance, in very big wooden barrels and a stainless steel tank, for 7 to 10 days. The wine made through malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels and has a subsequent maturing period of 15 months in order to potentiate its structure and complexity.
Floral bouquet of clear outline. Structured and well-balanced in the mouth. Persistent, fresh aftertaste.