As the name suggests, this is a baga grown on calcareous soils.
Relatively shy on the nose, but with some swirling you’ll get some crushed blackcurrant and a subtle floral note.
Tight, lively and pure-fruited on the attack, with a burst of cassis and bilberry fruit, a bit of iodine and even a lick of orange zest.
Beautiful sharp acidity, tannins which – by Baga’s standards – have been nicely tamed and such an amazing sense of lifeforce.
A stunning expression of this grape variety, no surprise from Filipa and William – and one which really craves a bit more bottle age, in my opinion.