This daring joint venture is named for three talented winemakers with deep roots in the neighboring Douro Valley. A blend of 70% Encruzado plus Bical from 25 year old, high altitude vines, the wine was fermented in French oak and aged on lees for 8 months to develop notes of flint and minerality, arising among white fruit and flowery aromas. Encruzado is their finest white grape.
This wine pairs perfectly with grilled fish dishes. Try a robalo grelhado (grilled seabass) accompanied by a light salada mista (mixed salad). Shellfish also pairs well, such as sapateira (stone crab) mexilhões (mussels) and ameijoas (clams) as well as soft and creamy sheep and goats milk cheese.
- White Blend