Saborinho (also known as Tinta Negra or Molar de Colares) is one of the Azores' traditional red grape varieties that has almost disappeared from the Azorean vineyards. Planted in the crevices of the rocks, in a terroir that is unique in the world, in the middle of the ocean and at the base of the volcanic mountain of Pico, the vines are right next to the sea "where you can hear the crab sing", as this is where the sun and heat are greatest. This proximity, sometimes of only a few metres, forces the vines to be protected from the strong and saline winds of the Atlantic by means of stone walls (currais) built by Man. This is an edition of only 710 bottles that tests the potential of this grape variety. The result? A fresh, open-coloured, iodised, saline, complex red wine with the flavour of something that could only have been born in the sea.
Alcohol content of 12%.