This is one of those Portuguese grapes that you find mostly in mixed old vineyards in the Alentejo.

Its wines are intensely coloured, with good acidity and pleasant aromas of ripe fruit with vegetative notes. If made as a single-variety table wine, it is best drunk young. It's not an easy grape to grow, sensitive to rot, and requiring a really hot climate to ripen properly.

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