Vinho Regional Alentejano Tinto 'Alfrocheiro em Talha de Argilla', Anta de Cima
100% Alfrocheiro [AKA Albarín Negro. Also grown in northern Spain, this variety is NOT related to Albariño, NOR is it a color mutation of Albarín Blanco. In fact, its closest genetic cousin is… Trousseau.] Hand-harvested and partially destemmed before fermentation with indigenous yeasts in 140-liter clay amphoras, where the wine is aged an additional four months before bottling with fining or filtration.
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