Dominó | Vitor Claro

This is definitely Foxtrot’s big, muscular brother – with a spicy nose and firm tannins backed up by some delicate red fruit. Good with meaty dishes but also one to keep for a while as it’s going to get better and better.

Region:

Alentejo

Appellation:

Wine of Portugal

Variety / Blend:

Field blend of Grand Noir, Trincadeira, Roriz, Castelão, Arinto:

Climate:

Maritime

Soils:

Granite and quartz

Farming:

Organic

Altitude:

650 metres

Fermentation:

50% whole bunch, 50% whole berries, 60 day maceration in stainless steel.

Ageing:

In old French oak

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