A rosé wine that pairs with the sea

  • Grape variety: Black Mole and Crato Branco (Roupeiro)
  • Denomination: Vinho Regional Algarve
  • Vinification: Harvest by hand in small 20 kg boxes, whole bunch pressed, red and white grapes vinified together in tank Fermented at 13C for 22 days
  • Oenologist: Joana Maçanita
  • Alcohol: 12%
  • Residual sugar: 0,6g / L
  • Bottling: 5730 0,75 L
  • Launch date: June 2019
  • Serving temperature: Between 8ºC and 12ºC
  • Pairing: Perfect combination with fish dishes especially with seafood
  • Tasting Notes: Pale salmon, with notes of strawberry and peach on the nose. In the mouth it is a fresh and elegant wine, with a burst of red fruits.

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  • The Count of Silves fell in love with the sea and the Algarve vineyards. At the end of the 19th century he planted his first vines in Morgado do Quintão. Today, almost 200 years later, his legacy and the "true Algarve" are celebrated with this Algarve Pallet. Inspired by the way Algarve wines were made, mixing white and red grapes of the local varieties (Roupeiro and Negra Mole), creating a unique wine that faithfully honours the winemaking tradition of this region. Perfect for pairing with fish and seafood dishes, among friends and family. Oenologist: Joana Maçanita.
  • Palhete is made with black Negramole red and white Crato Branco grapes that have been planted about 40 years ago on the farm. It is dry and full-bodied, unlike a rosé.


  • The wines created by Morgado do Quintao have a saline and smooth taste that together with their special care in their presentation makes them desirable at first sight and they become a desired reference once they are known.
  • The wines of Morgado do Quintao have been highlighted in various international media, including the prestigious magazine Monocle

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