“Andar á Cata da Rolha” is a Portuguese expression on this creative label that means “to look for the cork”.
It is used when someone is looking for a lost object. With this wine, the winemaker really believes that this wine will help those who drink it find what they are looking for.
This red wine was produced by the Adega Mayor winery, in the vintage 2018, in their Dizeres collection, in the Alentejo wine region of Portugal.
The wine is a blend of the Aragonez (50%) and Trincadeira (50%) grape varieties.
It has a clear appearance with a pale ruby color in the glass.
On the nose, the wine presents a typical Alentejo character where red fruits predominate, especially cherry and blackberries, slightly woody with some earthy notes.
On the palate, full of flavors of fruits, medium-bodied wine with balanced acidity and juicy, medium tannins. A smooth and elegant wine with a harmonious, short finish.
Winemaking: manually harvest, followed by a selection of bunches and berries in the cellar. The grape was destemmed and slightly crushed, fermenting in a stainless steel tank at a controlled temperature of 25ºC.
A versatile wine, ideal for grilled meats, pasta, cheeses and sausages or as a company for tapas and snacks.
An extremely pleasant, light, fruity Alentejo wine that is great for an everyday drink!
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