Pormenor Rosé 2017 was produced with a blend of typical red grapes from Douro, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinta Barroca. Grapes from old vines, above 50 years, planted at altitudes between 500m and 600m in Nagoselo do Douro, São João da Pesqueira – Cima Corgo. 2017 was a very warm year with an earlier harvest. The grapes for this Pormenor Rosé were harvested in the second week of August in order to keep it natural acidity and contained alcoholic degree. After the sorting table, the best grapes were gently pressed, and the must was decanted for 24 hours. The fermentation was natural – spontaneous – with indigenous yeast, without any yeast addition. Fermentation and ageing with the lees for 7 months in used French oak barrels -225Lt, with no temperature control, no malolactic fermentation or battonage and minimum intervention until bottling.
Typical grapes from Douro, mainly Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinta Barroca.
Clean and light red in color. Produced to drink by itself but specially good for food. On the nose, you may find good mineralty and freshness with red fruit, strawberrys and cherry with a light touch of the wood. On the palate, a vibrant crispy acidity, mineralty and salty with a good structure from the old vines and ageing with the lees. Intensity and good mouthfeel with medium mouthfeel, balanced and light smoke from the ageing in barrel. This wine will age well in bottle. Good by itself and with low/medium fat dishes. Fish, white meat, poultry and pasta.
03th July 2018
Quantity produced and botled
3.720 x 750ml Bottles