Herdade do Peso Trinca Bolotas


Moving freely through the cork oak forests of the Alentejo, where it feeds on acorns among other things, the Alentejo pig, a species indigenous to Portugal, is Europe’s only surviving pastoral pig. Due to the way in which it forms part of the landscape and preserves the region’s Mediterranean forest, it is part of Alentejo’s heritage. Named after this reputable pig, this wine combines two of Alentejo’s biggest symbols.

All the grapes used in this wine were produced in accordance with the Sustainable Agriculture Integrated Production guidelines as defined by the International
Organisation for Biological and Integrated Control (OILB/IOBC): www.iobc-wprs.org. The rigorous compliance with these practices is certified by an
independent organisation, recognized by the Portuguese State.

With its smooth tannins and enormous balance, this wine pairs wonderfully with light dishes, such as
poultry and pasta, as well as with sausages, ham and more sophisticated meat dishes.



Tasting Notes from Pinto Wines

Colour Intense ruby red colour
Nose Vibrant red fruit with floral notes, courtesy of the Touriga Nacional grape variety
Palate Well-balanced with smooth tannins and a lively refreshing acidity. Long finish

Fact Sheet

Size 75 cl
Grape Variety Alicante Bouschet, Aragonez, Touriga Nacional
Alcohol % 14%
Style Full bodied red
Estate/Producer Herdade do Peso
Country Portugal
Region Alentejo
Vintage 2021
Vinification Vinified from selected batches of Alicante Bouschet, Touriga Nacional and Aragonez grapes. After destemming and soft-crushing, pre-fermentative maceration took place for 3-4 days to add further complexity. The wine fermented at 26ºC with gentle pumping-over to preserve the fruit and extract the smooth tannins that provide vital balanceAfter malolactic fermentation, the wines aged for 6 months in stainless steel tanks and subjected to a slight filtration before bottling
Closure Natural Cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential No more than 5 years

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