This typical Alentejo grape variety, black Trincadeira, also known as Tinta Amarela, with its thin and fragile skin, causes it to rot if it rains and to sultana in high temperatures.
This 'Trincadeira' was harvested at the point possible, focusing on its fresh fruit side.
The result is a fragile ruby garnet colour wine, with aromas of wet woodland and mushrooms, spicy and with very soft herbaceous touches.
In the mouth it is very fresh, structured and medium-textured.
The Great Choices attributed 17.5 values to this wine of "very Alentejo character, affirmative and well convincing."
Alcohol content of 14%.