Varieties: 35 year old field blend
Identity: It can’t be called Talha because the comission doesn’t let it and it can’t be regional because the comission doesn’t like it. Our rehersal stays like this, in the corner of the room, reduced to a worthy and humble Pote de Barro, well like Wine itself.
Denomination: Vinho Regional Alentejano
Viticulture: All our grapes come from the highest quality vineyards of the Alentejo region, south of Portugal. The agriculture is sustainable, the production is controlled and quality is improved by removing secondary branches and pruning bunches. The vineyards are grown on very poor soil of schist or granite origin, naturally producing very concentrated grapes. The aromatic profile is further enhanced by cultural practices such as defoliation, dawning and weeding of green curls.
Vinification: Clay pot fermented, aged for 30 days in amphora.