Pinot grigio grapes have rather dark skins and they are left in contact with the fermenting juice for just the right amount of time to give this delicate rosé wine its pink colour. with a fragrant nose of flowers and fresh fruit, soft and ripe on the palate, with delicate hints of raspberries this is a very easy wine to drink.
It once accounted for 40% of Portugal’s exported table wine and was one of the world’s most popular wines in the 70’s. Drier than it was with a touch more fizz, fresh and surprisingly well balanced with notes of rosehip.
Pale pink. intense aromas of raspberry, strawberry and redcurrant with a hint of pepper. rich palette with refreshing bright red fruit and peppery character. apparently dry, with attractive fruit-sweetness.