From very old vines at altitudes of 725m, very close to the Spanish border, south of the Douro, grown on granite with high amounts of Silex. Unoaked, with flavours of lime zest, white flowers and minerality.
Mostly old vines, hand-harvested, foot trodden and open-fermented, before ageing in ancient large casks, and bottling unfiltered. Crunchy baga fruit, with redcurrant and cranberry, overlain with a brush with the forest floor.
A blend from the 15 different farmers for Lavradores de Feitoria. Young, fruity and fresh, with a lovely contrast of citrus and tropical fruits. Fermented and matured in stainless steel. Deliciously refreshing!
A great expression of unoaked Douro red. Lovely, ripe dark fruits with a bit of an herbaceous edge, and minerality from the schist soils. Soft tannins (for a Douro) and an elegant, fruity finish.
A slightly bigger, fuller style of Vinho Verde that loses none of the regions charm or freshness. Mineral driven with big apple and tropical fruit notes.
Light and fresh with notes of white orchard fruits, tropical pineapple and zesty citrus. Perfect lunchtime drinking!
Don’t let the colour fool you – this is a DRY rosé wine from Portugal. A fruiter style than the wines of Provence, strawberries and plum are at the fore. Being a Vinho Verde, there is a hint of spritz too – super refreshing and perfect with a summer barbecue.