The VIA XVII is a red blend from several parcels with varied soils, elevations and expositions. The grapes were hand-harvested and whole-cluster macerated for 30-42 days in open plastic tubs, then pressed into 400 & 500L French barrels for fermentation and raising on fine lees over winter with regular battonage, and given a light filtration before bottling. The name VIA XVIII pays tribute to the Roman Way that united Portugal with Spain, so they have created this fresh wine to enjoy the region’s history with every sip. Pair it with roasted poultry and pork dishes, grilled vegetables or sausages.

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