“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.
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!