Cold, dry winter followed by a cool, humid spring finally interrupted by a short-lived heat wave in August, which kick-started the late summer. Harvest was consequently later than usual, and short in order to preserve the natural freshness that highlights the year.
"A pleasure to drink" (89 Pts - Robert Parker / Medalha de Ouro CMB 2017)
An Alentejan interpretation of a Bordeaux variety, with its unmistakeable aromas of mint, bell pepper and blackcurrants.
90 Pts - Cortes de Cima Sauvignon Blanc 2017 88 Pts - Chaminé Branco 2017 88 Pts - Cortes de Cima Tinto 2014 87 Pts - Chaminé Tinto 2016
We harvest our own ‘Cobrançosa’ olives early to obtain a green grassy aroma with a green-yellow colored extra virgin olive oil.
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Wine Spectator – 90 points - Cortes de Cima Branco 2015
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