“The Argilla wine is produced in the Herdade da Anta de Cima, located in the Serra de Montargil, municipality of Ponte de Sor, owned by the Tenreiro family. Its farm is based on the region's traditional agroforestry production system, where the vines exploit the most fertile soils of the estate. At Anta de Cima, the last vineyards were cut in the 50's of last century and, as a witness, the old cellar of pulleys that still resists time. The Argilla and talha de Argilla are wines of terroir, of select and differentiated profile, obtained from many noble Portuguese grape varieties.”
“It's a white I like to drink when I'm alone.
I thought that the Argilla Branco had a very light colour. Clear aroma of grapefruit, lime and lemon. A slight flavour of raspberries this white.
I recommend it with marinated sardines.”