This espumante comes from 30-year-old vines planted to several plots of chalky-clay soils in the family’s São Lourenço and Óis do Bairro vineyards. The grapes are hand-harvested and spontaneous fermentation takes place in stainless steel with ambient yeasts for three weeks without temperature control. Romy is vinified in the traditional method and aged in bottle until released. It is unfined and unfiltered.
A lovely translucent pale pink with the cherry blossom notes of Baga along with white peach and nectarine are underpinned by an earthy minerality. Bright acidity and just a touch of tannin provide backbone to this incredibly delicious and refreshing bottle. This finely wrought, totally natural rendition of Bairrada wines will leave you wanting more from both her and this exceptional coastal region.