Bical, Cerceal, Sercialinho
Colour pale-straw. A nose of orange peels and a lozenge of some hybrid tropical fruit left, something between sapodilla, feijoa and cantaloupe. It has a really plush viscosity, but over a line of very clean, persistent acidity. By the time it finally slides off the tongue, much of the orange has turned to tangelo and faded. Its a highly satisfying adventure thats never the slightest bit scary.
Store and Serve Advices:
Storage Lying down at a temperature of 15°C. Serving at a temperature from 10-12°C.
To be dished up with fish and shellfish.
Reviews and Awards:
. 16,5 points in Vinho Grandes Escolhas;
. 16,5 points in Revista de Vinhos.
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