From 30-year-old vines planted to several plots of chalky-clay and sandy soils, within two sites called São Lourenço, Óis do Bairro and Amoreira da Gândara. The grapes are vineyard sorted with harvest at the beginning of August. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel, lasts for three weeks with no temperature control, and is vinified using the traditional method. The wine spends five months on lees with no stirring. This medium-bodied rose has notes of strawberries and cherries. Pair this wine with pizza, Asian cuisine, cheese and vegetables.