Revive the Alentejo’s tradition of producing wines in clay pots.
A damp winter followed by a mild summer with high diurnal temperature variations, allowing for a long, even maturation, with good fruit intensity and balancing acidity.
Granite base, clay/loam soil.
AVERAGE AGE OF VINES
Destemming, natural fermentation in clay pots with resin lining. Extended skin maceration (24 November), malolactic fermentation on skins, basket pressing.
David Baverstock and Luís Patrão
Fine and elegant, firm tannins, tight acidity.
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