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(2019) 100% Touriga Nacional, and very nicely perfumed with small red fruits and cherry. A very fresh style with a grapefruit tang of acidity sharpening the picture.
(2017) This rosé, or 'Rosado' is made from Touriga Naçional in the Alentejo region, a relatively deeply-coloured pink with perky aromas showing a touch of cherry bubblegum, bright and floral notes and a pleasing hint of tobacco and spice. It's bold and flavourful on the palate too, plenty of summery strawberry and raspberry fruit, a nice undertow of lemon and tart cherry acids, giving it both easy-drinking sweetness and a bit of genuine, food-friendly, spicy savouriness.
(2015) Alc 12.5%. A local blend of 45% Aragónez, 40% Castelão, 15% Touriga Nacional from vineyards located in the Tejo region. Fresh and fruity stuff, there is a bit of colour here and a bit of clout to the wine, with hints of tobacco and soft berries, but a lovely summer pudding character that drinks really well.
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