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“- TASTING NOTES: Vista: Tawny.
Nose: With well-balanced fruity aromas with hints of nuts.
Mouth: A bit dry, elegant and smooth.
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 19º
- TEMPERATURE: 10 ° to 14 ° C
- PAIRING: Ideal with foods such as dried fruits and creamy desserts.”read
“With a brown-tawny colour, presents a nose densely marked by the dried fruit aromas, where stands-out the delicate vanilla and chocolate notes. The soft and silky texture and the subtle nuances of wood are balanced by a refreshing palate which culminates with a long and elegant finish”read
“The beautiful golden colour is a good indication of the age of this excellent tawny port. With a great richness and aromatic complexity, notably of almond and spices, the 20 year old has a seductive texture with dry fruits and liqueur flavours. As is normal with these aged tawnies, the La Rosa...”read
“The 30 Year Old wines are very serious indeed, showing immense structure and a range of dried fruit and nut flavours. To age and blend old wines like these is an extremely challenging exercise requiring great skill and years of experience.”read
“The 20 Year Old is similar in style to the I0 Year Old, but as you would expect with double the age, the colour is more amber, the nut and fig character is accentuated, and the flavour much more concentrated. If you stay in a Douro Quinta you are more than likely to find a bottle or two of this...”read
“A sublime port of very great age which shows the old olive-gold hue of its many years in cask. Decades of evaporation have concentrated this extraordinary wine to an exceptional density, with a powerful nose of dried fruit, honey and a touch of spice. Impressions of nutmeg, roasted coffee and an...”read
“Graham's was one of the first Port companies to invest in its own vineyards in Portugal's Douro Valley in 1890 and is now at the cutting edge of innovation in winemaking techniques. This makes Graham's a pioneer since always. Today five cousins of Symington family share responsibility for every...”read
“Intense amber tawny colour. Opulent and voluptuous nose of complex spicy, jammy and nutty aromas, hints of orange flower and a fine oakiness coming from the long period of aging in cask. The palate is full of very rich and concentrated flavour and has a long mellow finish.”read
“Delicate orange in colour, with a greenish rim. On the nose it is a rich and complex combination of dried fruits, spices and subtle hints of wood. Elegant, well-structured and full-bodied, with a long and engaging finish.”read
“TASTING NOTES OF Taylors Tawny 10 Years Port:View: deep brick, amber edge.Nose: rich and elegant nose, aromas of ripe red fruit with delicate nutty and soft subtle notes of chocolate, caramel and fine oak wood.Mouth: soft and silky on the palate and full of ripe figs, savory flavors, in the long...”read
“Nice brick colour. Very attractive and complex aroma with ripe berry fruit and aromas of butterscotch, figs and prunes combined with attractive nutty and spicy notes. Smooth and round on the palate. Very elegant and rich on the final.”read
“Reddish tawny to the rim. The rich aroma has a ripe fruit tones with spicy vanilla notes. On the palate, its smooth sweet texture shows mellow ripe fruit with a ripe raisin and spicy wood tone and a bright fresh finish with hints of sweet red fruits and dark chocolate.”read
“Tawny colour with red tints. Lovely aroma of complex luscious mature fruit, spices and vanilla. Sweet and multi-layered palate with mellow dried fruit and a deep spicy flavour plus a ripe dark fruits dimension. Very long savoury finish.”read
“Striking pale tawny amber colour with orange/brown hints and greenish hue on the rim, typical of ancient cask-aged wines. First impression is warm and charming with soft tones of cinnamon and ancient dried fruits. The initial flavours of dried fruits, almonds and hazelnut are followed by subtle,...”read