Colheita 1966


Partial de-stemming and controlled fermentation, when must reaches the desired sugar level, fermentation is then interrupted by the addiction of brandy, followed by a minimum maturation period of seven years, in oak wood casks till bottling.


A pale tawny wine, with green hues. Pretty good and complex evolution of the tertiary aromas; good wood and an assortment of spices combining into a tuned symphony with the aromas to “vinagrinho”, agreeable sour. At taste is full-bodied and unctuous confirming all the good sensations emerging in the nose, matching a powerful inner-nose and a long delicious a er taste.

Region Porto

Country Portugal
Soil Schistous
Alcoholic Contents 20% vol.
Total Acidity 4,88 g/dm3 Tartaric Acid
Residual Sugar Content 117 g/dm3
Preservation10-18ºC in a dry and airy place
Enologist Elisete Beirão


Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca, Tinto Cão


10 / 12ºC