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<p>Outeiros Altos is a family project. This wines are the first Organic DOC Alentejo wine.</p> <p>Outeiros Altos Reserva 2016 red wine is fresh and balanced, reveals silky tannins and good volume</p> <p></p>
<p>On the nose Esculpido white wine reveals great balance between complexity, freshness and well integrated oak, highlighting saline notes, fresh butter, citric fruits and wet stone. On the palate it shows itself rich and elegant, with excellent concentration and multi-layered. Mineral notes, hazelnut, tree fruits and citrines show up. Long, persistent finish along with a firm acidity. It will age well in bottle</p>
<p>The Aphros project was initiated in 2003, with the restoration of the cellar and the reactivating of wine production.</p> <p>Phaunus Amphora Loureiro White Wine is produced by the grape variety Loureiro</p>
<p><span>This wine results from the combination of the four main grape varieties of the Dão region: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Alfrocheiro and Jaen. Deep ruby coloured with an intense aroma of wild berries and bergamot. In the mouth it is full-bodied, without losing its elegance. The aftertaste is long and complex</span></p>
<p>Casal do Paço, in Vasco Croft’s since the 17th century, has the soul of an old Quinta, and was the starting point of Aphros project. It spreads over nearly 20 hectares of land and forests, six of which are vineyards and four of chestnuts orchards</p>
<p>Casal do Paço has belonged to the family of Vasco Croft since the 17th century. It has the soul of an old Quinta, and was the starting point of the Aphros project. It extends over some 20 hectares of land and forest, six of which are vineyards and four of chestnut orchards</p>