Full flavour with soft, fruity and toasted tannins, with a final freshness of sweet cacao.
Viognier is a recent grape variety in the Alentejo region’s vineyards, and this wine shows its oenological characteristics for producing a quality wine. The grapes are from relatively young vines and have yielded a balanced and aromatic wine. The grapes are picked by hand in the morning so as to be at a good temperature when they reach the winery. After crushing and total destemming, the grapes are pressed and undergo cold decantation for 24 hours, and alcoholic fermentation with temperature control at 16 oC. After stabilisation and filtration, the wine is bottled and kept in the bottle for 3 months.
Colour of ripe lemon, with an intense aroma of apricot and peach.
Smooth, rounded taste of honey and yellow stone fruits.
At 10-12 ºC.
Goes well with dishes rich in seafood and oily fish.
This wine can be enjoyed immediately, or if you prefer, you can also cellar it up to 2-3 years.
Alcohol 12,5% Vol.
Total Acidity 5,70 g/l
Total SO2 < 140 mg/l
Notes Contains Sulfites
Cases of 6 bottles x 0,75 L