A Portuguese stunner that sits dry and firm on the palate. This slightly fruity, consistently acidic white will go wonderfully with salty, pungent finger foods such as olives.
On Portugal's south-eastern border with Spain sits the wine region of Alentejo. Hot and flat, with sparse population and broad, sweeping estates. Though mostly given over to large, co-op growers, a number of important foreign interests have begun operations here in recent times.