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The first wine made by Esporão in 1985. Obtained from grapes grown at Herdade do Esporão, it shows the consistency and rich character typical of the best Alentejo wines.
This generous, ripe wine is full of black fruits that have been smoothed by wood aging. Its balanced texture and fruitiness have some of the region's minerality as well as a fresh aftertaste.
Very complex wine with great balance and style. This rich concentrated wine, is packed with intense aromas of citrus, apple, pear and floral scents with a tropical background. The palate is full-bodied and voluminous, with a fresh and vibrant acidity and great minerality.
With an appealing aromatic intensity, it presents woody notes, aromas of nuts, light smoke, sweet and balsamic aromas, due to the stage in wooden barrels. On the palate, sweetness is compensated by acidity, which gives it freshness and balance, reveals notes of nuts, roasted coffee, torrefaction and light chocolate. Persistent aftertaste of nuts, especially walnuts.
Very fresh and fruity, the aroma is rich in berries, strawberries, cherries, red berries and slight nuances of chocolate. On the palate, it is sweet; the freshness of berries and the intensity of ripe berries lingers on. Flavous of cherry, raspberry, blackcurrant, plum and a very fine tannin accompanying the fruit may be found until the persistent aftertaste.
Intense ruby color. Fruity (ripe red fruits) and spicy aromas. Complex, elegant and well balanced, this is a full-bodied wine with smooth tannins. Long and pleasant finish.
Fortified wine produced in the mountainsides along the Douro Valley selected to age in wooden vats. It shows maturity in colour, concentration in flavours and evolution in the aroma.
Red colour. Very rich aromas of ripe young fruits. Strong and full-bodied, long and persistent finish.
Fortified wine produced from white grapes grown in the Northern Portugal's Douro Valley. Its floral aromas and fresh, fruity taste, make it a refined aperitif. Straw yellow color.