Ruby red in colour, with aromas of blackberries, cherries and raspberries married with floral nuances and hints of balsamic. The palate is ripe and smooth, with velvety tannins and a vibrant acidity which carries the flavours onto the fresh finish.
This wine is named after the Duke of Viseu, a title first held by Prince Henry the Navigator of Portugal, these modern wines are made at the Quinta dos Carvalhais winery by Beatriz Cabral de Almeida. A blend of estate-grown fruit from Quinta dos Carvalhais and fruit bought in from trusted growers, the wines are vibrant and fruit forward and showcase the signature freshness of the Dão region.
Note: 'Colheita Branco' means Estate White, and is a term used for a blend of native white grapes from the estate.
Producer: Quinta dos Carvalhais
Grapes: Touriga Nacional 43%, Tinta Roriz 32%, Alfrocheiro 19%, Jaen Tinto 6%
Status: Sustainable Practice