– The Big One –
“Dark, deep ruby red. Aroma of fresh wild herbs and black pepper, to hide behind sweet, ripe plum notes. The wood is integrated with subtle spicy notes discreetly in the wine. Full on the palate, ripe tannins paired with aromas of dark berries such as blueberries and wild plum. On the finish having long lasting spice and a subtle sweetness in the final extract. Storage potential 8 years.“
Wine from organically grown grapes
Control Authority: SATIVA-PT-BIO-03
Vinho Regional Alentejano
Controlled crop levels by green pruning. Handpicked grapes and fermentation by Remontage in modern temperature controlled inox-tanks, gentle press and 8 months maturation in 80% French and 20% American oak-barrels, minimal treatment during and natural cold stabilisation prior to bottling.
Optimal serving temperature of 16 to 18ºC, matches ideally with grilled meat, vegetables, deer or savoury hard cheeses.
Red slate, with quartz gravel
Alcohol: 14,5 % vol.
Total Acidity: 6,1 g/L
Residual sugar: 4,0 g/L