BELLUS – A CHARMING WINE
The word Bellus (Latin, adjective) means beautiful, attractive, captivating, delightful, wonderful, pleasant and graceful.
Bellus acquired this name in allusion to its own sensory character, to its rich and sophisticated design, and as a tribute to the land that, before being Portugal, was already famous throughout the Roman Empire for its unusual quality wines.
Produced with the Aragones and Trincadeira grape varieties in Comporta, Bellus has the typical characteristics of freshness and minerality of the wine region of the Setúbal Península; but being this location further south, we can also find the Alentejo region’s characteristics of fruit and jam in it, as well its varieties.
Appearance: Crystalline, young
Aroma: Violet, cherry, plum, compote, acorn, clay
Attack: Likeable, subtle
Sweetness: Noticeable but discreet, elegant
Volume: Medium, light
Texture: Smooth, velvety
Complexity: Vegetable tannins, evident minerality
Structure: Harmonious, balanced
Acidity: Small presence but some freshness
Aroma/flavour Balance: Consistent and accurate
Final: Some persistence
Satisfaction: Delicious, easy, catchy