WSI94 This is a serious, concentrated wine that is full of generous fruit and structure. Alongside this weight, there is a lighter, juicier side from vibrant acidity. The main thrust though is concentrated tannins that are still developing. The aftertaste is dense and shows the wine needs to age. The Eugénio de Almeida Foundation is a privately-owned charity, based in the city of Évora. Its statutory aims are cultural, educational, social and spiritual, focused on enhancing human achievement and overall development of the region of Évora. Vines have been grown at the Casa Agricola Eugenio de Almeida since the end of the 19th century. Blend: Aragonez / Alicante Bouchet / Alfrocheiro / Trincadeira (Aragonez is the southern Portuguese name for Tempranillo – in the North they call it Tinta Roriz).