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Wine Enthusiast : "Named after the Fonseca estate in Alentejo, this wine is impressively rich and structured. It has firm tannins that are balanced by dense black fruits and crisp acidity. A blend of Grand Noir (the local name for Baga), Trincadeira and Aragonês, it's a very complete wine, fermented in clay amphora and stone lagars. It's still maturing, so drink from 2019." 94 Pts.
About the Producer
José Maria da Fonseca
Azeitão, Setúbal, Portugal