Monte da Casteleja 2008
Varieties: Arinto e Perrum.
Tasting notes: Citrus with a hint of gold color, delicate aromas, grapefruit, pear, apricot and vanilla. Tastes vibrant, complex and lengthy.
Gastronomy: Serve at a temperature between 8 ° C and 10 ° C, with fish and seafood, making richer the excellent cuisine of the Algarve.
Monte da Casteleja 2009
Varieties: Bastardo e Alfrocheiro.
Tasting notes: Dark cherry color, nose deep with initial aromas of roasting coffee and nuts, evolving into subtle notes of plum and menthol. Good attack in the mouth, noble tannins well present, providing structure and good aging capacity..
Gastronomy: Accompany and enriches the excellent cuisine of the Algarve.
Varieties: Alfrocheiro, Bastardo e Alicante Bouschet.
Tasting notes: Attractive dark burgundy color, with aromas of cocoa, plum and oak. In the mouth it is engaging and has good structure, providing a feeling of pleasure for long moments.
Gastronomy: It should be served at 16 ° C or 18 ° C, accompanying dishes of meat or fish.