Alentejo is the largest wine region in Portugal and also the one with the greatestdiversity as it gathers eight different sub-regions: Portalegre, Borba, Redondo,Reguengos, Évora, Vidigueira, Moura and Granja-Amareleja. Its 22,000 hectaresof vineyards spread across plains, hills and mountains (the main ones are S.Mamede, Ossa and Mendro), and those vineyards lay on different types of soil:clay, limestone, marble, sand, schist, granite...The climate is continental Mediterranean, with greater thermal amplitudes in theinterior regions, closer to the border with Spain. The Alentejo vineyard reflects awide variety of grapes, with predominance of white grapes Antão Vaz, Roupeiroand Arinto and red grapes Aragonez, Trincadeira, Alicante Bouschet, Touriga Nacional and Syrah.
Fermented in stainless steel vats.
Ruby color wine, with red and black fruitaromas and a hint of chocolate.This is awell-balanced wine, with soft tannins and good freshness.
August and September