Appellation: Vino de España.
Cuvée: Malas Uvas.
Colour: White.
Grapes: Palomino 80%, Dona Branca 20%.
About: from varietals that can appear neutral at first then marvellously, mysteriously expressive, under-rated by most, highly rated by Nacho and the proof is in the wine.


Location: from several parcels of vines near the monastery of Ermitas and others from the O Bolo vineyard in Serdur near the cellar in Larouco.
Size ha: less than 1.
Age: vines planted around 1940.
Soils: granite.
Exposition: south.
Altitude: 500 to 600m.
Training: gobelet (or vaso).
Farming: organic, by hand, leaving the soils touched as little.
Average yield hl/ha: 20.
Climate: Atlantic, cold in winter, hot in summer, likelihood of fog and humid conditions all year.


The harvest is de-stemmed by hand and grapes are macerated on their skins for 5 days before being very gently pressed and moved to ferment and aged in stainless steel and amphora before being bottled un-filtered and without any added sulfites during the whole process.

Vintage Notes 2017
Yield hl/ha: 10.
Harvested: mid September.
Bottles produced: 800.
Date bottled: 2018-02.
Alcohol %: 12.00.
SO2 Total: <20.
Tasting: soft and rounded with a gentle apricot, green apple fruit, salty acidity, viscous texture, energy.

Vintage Notes 2019
Yield hl/ha: 15.
Harvested: mid September.
Bottles produced: 3000.
Date bottled: 2020-03.
Alcohol %: 12.
SO2 Total: <20.
Tasting: from tank 2020-02, salty, viscous, fine, vegetal, classic Nacho.