Tinto Cão

It’s part of the traditional varieties of the Douro and Dão regions, although it is presumably from Douro where it exhibits greater genetic variability. It has very small bunches coated by a thick and dense skin that ensures adequate resistance to the attacks of mildew and rottenness. The mouth reveals the greatness of a variety perfectly balanced between tannins, acidity and sugar, harsh in the tannins, materializing in floral wines, dense, solid and long-lasting.

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