They say it is the most peculiar wine region in the world. With the most original vineyards, the most difficult production and the most peculiar flavour. That's why there are so few producers who risk going into Colares. In 2008 Casca Wines decided to be one of them. And it bet it could make a new Colares facing the future. Respecting all the unique traditions of the area - the grapes of sand floor, the craft method of harvest, the production in a local wine cellar ... - and adding the talent and professionalism that only a young and dedicated company can give. In the name of tradition.
Acknowledgments: To the town of Almoçageme, for having received us with so much sympathy and emotion. To José Baeta, producer and great oenophile, who against all the oceanic winds of the region opened the doors of the Adega Viúva Gomes to make this great wine.
Alcohol - 11,5% vol
Residual Sugar - 3,3 g/L
Total Acidity - 4,3 g/L
pH - 3,60
By itself, with shellfish, mushrooms and filet mignon.
Color - Light red
Nose - Look for wilted roses, earth and herbs.
Palate - Elegant and austere with mineral and earthy notes. All of the elements are nicely balanced in a persistent lingering finish.