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Cortes de Cima Trincadeira

One of the more common indigenous varieties in Southern Portugal, characterized by fruit, and low tannins.


A dry winter, followed by a cold and wet spring. A moderate summer, which heated up in August. A delayed growing season, with late flowering, ripening and a large harvest. High Acids, ripe tannins.


Made exclusively from selected Trincadeira grapes grown sustainably in our own vineyards. Fermented without stems under temperature control, frequent delestage, to enhance varietal fruit characters, and to provide tannin structure and balance.

Tasting Notes

Spicy, red berry aromas. Fresh, juicy fruit with a soft palate, finishing with good acidity.

Appellation: Vinho Regional Alentejano
Varieties: 100% Trincadeira
Sustainable Viticulture: Integrated Protection

Total Acids: 5.8
Final pH: 3.7
Residual Sugars: 0.7
Alcohol: 14%
Barrel aging: 8 months in French Oak barrels

Total production: 4.000 bottles (75 cl) - Grown, produced and bottled at the family estate.


Silver Medal - International Wine Challenge 2015


90 – Wine and Spirits Magazine
90 – Wine Enthusiast


This spicy red combines the sweet notes of rhubarb with the rasp of cracked green peppercorns. It’s lightly floral and tight through the finish, then it evaporates, leaving a cool, clean impression.”- Wine & Spirits

”Firmly tannic, this young, wood-age wine is dark and brooding. It has a dense texture and the potential of ripe black fruits and powerful tannins. With a fine future ahead of it, the wine needs to age. Drink from 2018.” – Roger Voss Wine Enthusiast June 2016

Vintage Notes Archive (PDFs of present and past vintage notes)