Attollo Touriga Nacional is made from a special vineyard in the rolling Donnybrook hills. The soils are a distinctive red and brown loam with interspersed granite and sandstone over mottled clay, which combined with a lovely nor west slope, provides a beautiful terroir for Touriga to shine. Touriga origins stretch to the Duoro Valley in Portugal—which is an ancient valley with terraced vineyards scattered up it’s slope. Touriga Nacional historically provided the base to the very powerful and highly acclaimed Duoro Ports- however more recently a new breed of young Portuguese Winemakers have started producing distinctive rustic table wines from this grape, usually as the predominant variety with Touriga Franca, Tinto Cao, and Tinta Roriz. To produce a pure 100% Touriga Nacional requires a certain site with specific character as this one has in the Donnybrook hills.