A mixture of 70% of the red grapes, Bastardo Preta (Trousseau in France) and Negreda (Mouratón in Spanish), and 30% white, with Malvasia, Bastardo Branco, Formosa, and some others in minuscule amounts. Floral & fruity, followed by bright wild cherry and pomegranate.

"While the Trás-os-Montes is known for heavy wines, Menina d’uva couldn’t be much further from that style. Here, Aline Domingues has begun to modernize the wines in the best possible way: indigenous local grape varieties, organic farming, naked wines made through gentle extraction and a low-tech, heavily thought out, soft-touch approach."