“Founded in 1854 by the descendants of the Duke of Lancaster, surrounded by cork oaks and eucalyptus trees from Australia, the Herdade da Calada is hidden between the gentle hills of the Alentejo. Throughout the years it Has Been the target of various interventions and improvements, but preserves the beauty and elegance of the original feature of the main building and today is one of the most modern and innovative winemaking domains in Portugal, with an enotourism unit 35 hectares vineyard of 110 hectares of olive grove 60 of cereals, of mount 215 and lodging a magnificent”
“manual harvest. Sedimentation natural and fermenting at controlled temperature in stainless steel vats. 1 month bâtonnage. Aroma of cherries and strawberries with a delicious end. ideal companion for hot summer days.”
Colour pale rose. Fresh and crispy. Cherries and strawberry flavour in the nose with a mouth watering juicy finish on the palate. Ideal compny for hot summer days.
- Winemaker: Eduardo Cardeal
- Winemaking: Handpicked grapes. Primary treatment by natural sedimentation. Temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel tanks. One month full yeast contact.
- Grape Varieties: Aragonês.
- Food Pairing: Good with seafood, fresh grilled fish, white meats or as an aperitif.
- Store and Serve Advices: Advised temperature for tasting between 8ºC and 10ºC.”