The most interesting thing about this wine is its complexity. With all those varieties it is just so generous and balanced. The Touriga that is a dominant variety in this blend tastes like raisins. Touriga is traditionally used in making fortified reds (port) but increasingly we see it being used in dry reds. Aromas of plums and fruitcake. The palate is rich, yet fresh – soft, yet structured – with a complex savoury finish.
In the label art, a foggy face of the winemaker can be seen. We have counted four different faces!