The color is a little more charged than the typical Tinto Cão. The aroma is exuberant, even somewhat extravagant, with fruity notes unusual in wines of the variety. In the mouth, it has intense tannins, but not aggressive, typical of the variety, and a surprising harmony, making the wine seductive even without the perceptible presence of wood notes.
Serve at 16ºC of temperature.
Grape Variety: Tinto Cão (100%).
It contains sulfites.