The Tinto Quinta da Costa do Pinhão is foot trodden and fermented into traditional schist lagar with 40% whole clusters as well as in stainless steel. Indigenous yeasts and a long skin contact.
Miguel Morais is the owner and winemaker behind the organically farmed Quinta da Costa do Pinhão. He allows his 40 year old vines to grow naturally on their rich slate soils and at a height of up to 450m altitude they give him a bird’s eye view over the Douro, soaring high above the heat of the valley floor. This allows the wines to have pure flavours and minerality at their core. There is little influence from the winery, where historic slate lagars are used to naturally ferment the grapes resulting in terroir driven, fresh, balanced and fruity wines. Far removed from the traditional styles of the Douro.