Free to roam in the mountains, where it feeds on acorns, the "Trinca Bolotas" Alentejano pig - native to Portugal - is
the only surviving grazing pig in Europe. The way in which it shapes the landscape and preserves the
Mediterranean woodlands of the region is part of Alentejo's heritage. It is also a gastronomic treasure, always
present in the local cuisine, that invites enjoyment. Named after this reputable pig, this wine combines two of
Alentejo's biggest symbols.
This wine blends the Antão Vaz and Arinto grape varieties and, if there is such a thing, this is a match made in
heaven. The Antão Vaz's floral and fruity notes bestow power and initial volume, while the Arinto provides
structure and acidity, inviting a fresh and persistent finish.