Approximately 40 years old vines, co-planted and in equal quantities spread throughout 24 hectares of family owned fruit in the Cima-Corgo region. This Seventh Generation Estate is famous for producing some of the highest quality Port grapes that are still sold to the historic Port houses to this day.
Hand harvest at the beginning of September, native yeast, spontaneous fermentation in traditional schist lagars, foot pressed using 40% whole cluster and the rest in stainless steel tanks with 30% whole cluster. The wine then finishes the malolactic fermentation in French oak where it rests to age for 12 months.Wine:
A truly full flavored, dense in texture, blue in fruit rich wine that is insanely pleasurable and balanced. Incredible depth of violet and dried purple flowers, forest fruits from the forest floor, blueberry compote, and medicinal herbs. Bright and blue.