Made from a combination of 80% Castelão (also called Periquita in other parts of Portugal) and 20% Tinta Roriz (Tempranillo), average vine age 40 years old, grown on Chão Rijo - or “hard soil” in Portuguese - the calcareous-clay soils around the town of C Read more...

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Made from a combination of 80% Castelão (also called Periquita in other parts of Portugal) and 20% Tinta Roriz (Tempranillo), average vine age 40 years old, grown on Chão Rijo - or “hard soil” in Portuguese - the calcareous-clay soils around the town of Colares, Sintra, west of Lisbon. The wine is fermented with 20% whole clusters in tank, and then raised for a year in 50% used barrels and 50% large old wood vats. The result is a lively, light bodied, earthy wine. A delicious wine to pair with an assortment of meats, rice dishes, and pastas. - Jose Pastor