This wine presents a pale gold colour, with aroma of great intensity, revealing the aromatic complexity due to the particular staging conditions and characteristics of the Encruzado grape variety. Highlight in the nose for the integration of the aromas from the French oak barrels in which this wine was aged. In the mouth, the aroma is intense, voluminous, revealing a bright but well integrated acidity. It has a memorable and persisting ending.
Fish stew, cataplana, cuttlefish and beans stew, oven-baked codfish, oven-baken lamb, salads and cheeses. Serve at a temperature between 10-12ºC.