The grapes were meticulously handpicked and whole-cluster pressed, with the aim of minimizing the formation of solids. This was followed by static settling, which lasted for 24 hours. After this period, the must was then transferred to used 500-liter French oak barrels, where fermentation and maturation took place over 12 months. Subsequently, the wine was left to age in the bottle for an additional four years, aiming to enhance the distinctive qualities of the Arinto grape, ideal for aged white wines.
Straw yellow color with golden highlights. Aromatically, it presents an enveloping complexity dominated by ripe citrus notes such as lime and grapefruit, complemented by nuances of peach and a subtle hint of gunflint. On the palate, it stands out for its vibrancy, driven by the characteristic acidity of the Arinto grape. It possesses a silky texture and an elegant body, harmonizing acidity with fruit in a balanced manner.