The Wolf Post, supported by a Cultural Association, offers a professional service with free access, without subscription.
For this reason, a donation would also be a sign of appreciation for our work.
Wine: Pai Abel Branco
Varietal: Maria Gomes, Bical.
Denomination: D.O.C. Bairrada (Portugal).
Alcohol content: 14% vol.
Serving temperature: 12°-14°C.
Average production: 5,000 bottles.
Note: It is a wine made from grapes of vines that are approximately 15-years-old, the production of which has been drastically reduced. It was fermented in used barrels made from French oak acquired in the Burgundy region. It fermented with slight bâtonnage and aged in the barrels until completely clear, in a natural manner. Bottled without filtration or fining.
Crystal-clear, intense straw yellow color, with very light golden textures, consistent.
Sample with a varied and broad olfactory spectrum. Notes of white and yellow flowers, hints of white and moderately yellow fruit, reminiscent of thigh pear, apricot and a hint of tropical fruit. Mineral sensations of wet slate and scents of Mediterranean scrub. Closing with a citrus note.
In the mouth it highlights its structure, an important wine, very fresh, perfectly balanced in its parts, also structured for aging. Good persistence of aromatic taste with an aftertaste of citrus and pine needles.
Sample of great quality fish to combine with important dishes.
Other company labels in Wine Guide