Violaceous appearance with the floral aromas of Touriga Nacional very present. In the mouth, the red fruit combines perfectly with the elegance of the French oak. Long and smooth finish.
Since 1937, the Ramilo family has been producing wine in one of the most privileged locations in the Lisboa wine-making region surrounding Portugal’s capital. This long, thin strip of vineyards runs along the breezy and maritime Atlantic coast, creating a series of unique micro-climates.
The grapes were gtown in the winery’s 50 acres of soutg-facing, sustainably-farmed vineyards (no chemical applications), hand-picked into small baskets, destemmed and then quickly moved to the nearby winery to maximize freshness. With the large diurnal temperature variations in this hilly, coastal region, the grapes feature high-toned fruit and ample acidity.
Pairs well with grilled meats or intensely flavored cheeses.