Colors of a deep purple shade that has hints of bluish tones. The aroma of the paint is complex and has a combination of scents like blackberries, macerated black plums, rose petals, and graphite, which reminds us of the wet schist of the Douro. The balsamic notes add depth and dimension to the fragrance. When tasted, the wine feels voluminous and has a structure that is intense, deep, eclectic, linear, and explosive. It is also vigorous and muscular, exhibiting a great balance between alcohol, body, and sugar. The aftertaste is long, transparent, and nervous, with a tense, focused, and highly accurate feel to it.
The Amorim family has a rich history in the wine industry, dating back to 1870, when they began selling cork to the Caves de Vinho do Porto in Vila Nova de Gaia. Today, the Amorim family is a well-known and respected family group in Portugal, with diverse business interests across many countries and industries.Since 1999, the fourth generation of the Amorim family has been involved in the wine industry, led by Luisa Amorim. Luisa has been instrumental in producing exceptional wines with a strong sense of place, working at renowned Quintas with ancestral roots of cultural importance in the Douro, such as Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo, and now in the Dão, at the Taboadella estate. With their deep understanding of the land and commitment to quality, the Amorim family continues to make a significant contribution to the world of wine.