Region: Vinho Verde, Portugal
Anselmo Mendes Pardusco
Grapes: Alvarelhão, Pedral, Cainho
Pardusco was the name given to the light colored reds, with low alcohol, which travelled well and aged well. Back in those
days they didn’t had the denomination of Vinho Verde and later in time they started to be known as “Mature wines of Monção”.
Hand harvest. Bunches de-steemed and cold maceration. Long fermentation at a low temperature. Complete malolactic fermentation.
Pale ruby colour. Wild berry aromas with spices. The palate is fresh with balanced acidity and a long, elegant finish.
Ideal for pairing with salads, white meat and cheeses.