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Trincadeira (also known as Tinta Amarela), is a red grape hailing from the Iberian Peninsula. It’s used in the production of the famous fortified Port wine, as well as dry red wines. Whilst it’s a fairly tricky grape to grow, the end results are well worth it, with common notes of tangy blackberry and rosemary.

General Characteristics

Wines with this grape

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