Varieties: Malvasia de Colares. Ancient and rare grape sort, only grown in this area. Cultivated in the traditional phyloxera-free sandy soils without root stock grafting, located at less than 1 km (0,62 miles) from the Atlantic Coast at an average altitude of 110 m (360 feet).
Tasting Notes: The bouquet shows character of lemon and verbena with a unique and intriguing sensation of wax, honey and boiled apple. Strong presence in the palate, with good acidity, dryness and a unique mineral character (sallé). With ageing, the wine loses some of its fresh aromatic style but retains elements of delicacy, and the flavours become even more distinctive, with toasted notes of dried fruits, iodine and hay.
|Type||Protected Designation of Origin|
|Btl. Capac||0.50 Liter|
|Grape varietal||Malvasia Fina|