“Located between two natural reserves, from the Estuary of the Tagus to the Northwest and the Sado to the southwest, the west of the Arrábida and the source of Barros Alentejo, the region of Pegões presents privileged soil and climatic conditions. With a climate of Mediterranean influence and located in the soil flat spot called "Pliocene of Pegões" Characterized by poor sandy soil formed over millions of years by the deposition of the sands transported by the Tagus and Sado rivers, it produces wines with unique characteristics , own of the terroir que only in Pegões exists”
Citrus color. Intense aroma of the grape variety, floral, fresh, light. Good acidity and structure with a prolonged end of mouth.
- Winemaker: Jaime Quendera
- Winemaking: Slight maceration followed by alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperatures.
- Grape Varieties: Moscatel de Setúbal.
- Food Pairing: Good with seafood, grilled fresh fish, white meats and as an aperitif.
- Store and Serve Advices: Storage Lying down at a temperature of 15°C. Serving at a temperature from 10-12°C.”