Field blend of Rabigato, Códega do Larinho, Viosinho, Donzelinho and Gouveio from 80 years old vines on schist soils. Vineyard on the right bank of the Douro River, in the prime Cima Corgo zone, at an altitude of 400-600 metres. Fermented with indigenous yeasts and aged for 6 months in oak. Clean, precise nose with citrus (tangerine), floral notes and and subtle oak. Fresh, linear, medium bodied, dry. Good minerality and acidity. Very tasty — 8 days ago
Almost tastes like gasoline. Give it some room to breath and completely unique. High in mineral. Very memorable.
— 2 months ago
I really like this young and fresh wine. Kind of like a heavier pinot noir, but not really heavy in tannins. I would get this and pair it with a lot of different foods. — a year ago
Pear, lemon, curd, custard, velvety soft in the mouth — 8 months ago
Very interesting white and more body than expected. Even my wife liked it! — 2 months ago
Glad to have tried this varietal. — 2 months ago
Reminiscent of orange marmalade with almonds, hints of cinnamon and raisin; boozy. Cheaper bottle of port, but potential for a couple years of aging, I’d guess. — a year ago