Barrancôa is a blend of three grape varieties with three different maturation cycles. Each fermentation is carried out separately, beginning with the Aragonez, followed by Trincadeira and finally Alicante Bouschet. Part of which is oak aged for 8 months. Paulo Laureano (one of the most highly prized Portuguese oenologists) created an elegant and well structured wine with a long persistent finish on the palate. The nose is full of dark ripe berries with spices and toasty flavours and it is beautifully presented in this attractive bottle.
Style: Warm-hearted red.
Serving Temperature: 16C ABV 14%
Suggestions: Try it with game such as partridge recipes, pork medallions or other roast meats and vegetables.