Vinha do Convento White
Bright citrine color. Intense and very elegant aroma, with a predominance of diverse citrus notes, such as lime and grapefruit. In the mouth, it is complex, deep, and structured, with lively acidity, but very well integrated, which gives it great freshness and persistence. With a long aftertaste, minerality persists, with some notes of dried fruit and a slightly smoked. A wine with great aging potential.
Alcohol: 13% vol.
Total acidity: 6 g/l
Residual Sugars: <2 g/l
Ageing: 12 months in 2 new 500lts French oak barrels
Regional Tejo Wine
By hand to small cases of 15 kg
After manual harvesting of the pre-selected parcels, during which the grapes were carefully selected, they were cooled to 5ºC, followed by destemming and skin maceration for a few hours at low temperature. After a gentle pressing, followed by a long maceration at 6ºC, for 8 days, with the lees and then static decantation. Alcoholic fermentation began, at a controlled temperature, in a stainless steel tank, passing the must halfway through the alcoholic fermentation to 500lt French oak barrels, where it remained for a year with the fine lees.
A wine that goes very well with seafood dishes, roasted fish, white meat and cheese.