A great example of expressing terroir and blending knowledge at play here. Enabled by wild fermentation and a hands-off approach to winemaking.
It might not be a blend you'd normally find in Lisboa, but here the Arinto brings acidity, structure, and citrus vitality, while the Viosinho and Alvarinho bring body, riper fruit, and aromatic elegance. The limestone soils bring minerality in the form of flintiness and a grassy, herbaceous note. The vineyards' proximity to the Atlantic influences the local climate and leaves the wine with a slightly savoury salinity and pithiness to the finish, which balances things and makes it very food friendly.