Aragones, Trincadeira, Syrah, Alicante Bouschet
Flippin' great value for money. This is full-flavoured and complex. If you like Aussie Shiraz, you'll love this!
A piece of history in Portugal. 7th generation family run. First wine bottled in 1850 and the oldest producer of Moscatel de Setubal bottled in 1880 - still in their cellar.
The name of this wine Ripanço, represents a wine making technique that dates back to roman times and was traditionally used in southern Portugal for manually destemming the grapes using a table, ripanço
table, with wooden rods. This produces very soft and elegant wines without the harsh tannins of the stems.
Aged for 6 months in French and American new oak
Complex aromas of tobacco, chocolate and dried figs. A rich palate of dark fruits, figs and fresh, round tannins.