Year - produced each year since 2010.
Grapes - Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Barroca (traditional Port wine grapes).
Terroir - schist soil, Mediterranean climate, grade A classified vineyards.
Winemaking - hand-picked, estate-grown grapes bypass foot-treading in lagares and are immediately, gently pressed, allowing the skins a mere 2 hours of contact with the juice. After partial fermentation and fortification with double-distilled grape brandy (more neutral to preserve those delicate aromatics!), the young Rosé Port ages for 4 months in small, temperature-controlled, stainless steel tanks.
Annual Production - 7,000 bottles
Alcohol - 18%
See - pale rose petal, flamingo legs.
Smell - delicate gooseberries, raspberries and florals.
Sip - soft and sweet red fruits; cool mineral structure; long and persistent finish.
Enjoy - now, very cold (5°C/40°F), as an apéritif or in a Porto Tonic at any time of day!