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LBV Late Bottled Vintage Port

Grape(s): Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Amarela, Tinto Cão, Souzão and Tinta Barroca.
Area: Sub-region Cima Corgo; QN; type A,  
Av.Age of vines: 30 years; 
Harvest: Late September
Vinification/Ageing: Grapes selection in the entrance of the cellar. Fermentation with stripping from the partial destemming in traditional lagares during 2 days with temperature control. Intense reassembly and maceration during more 2 days. Strenghtening with wine spirit in 20% (77% vol) and ageing in oak and inox for 4 years, being produced by the traditional method with no filtration and stabilization. 

Pack size: 12x75cl

Storage: Store in a dark, cool place (12º to 14ºC). The bottles should be placed on their side with the label uppermost and without any vibration.

Service: Should be served at a temperature of 16ºC. We recommend that you decant it carefully and drink it in 3 weeks maximum.


Descriptions for the Wine list:

This Late Bottled Vintage Port is produced using traditional methods, presenting a voluminous and all encompassing, elegant and complex aroma. Deep red color with violet hints. Intense aroma of black fruit (blue and blackberries) and floral notes (rose). In the mouth appears to be filled, structured and soft, with a good balance between sweetness and acidity or alcohol. Very concentrated, with aroma to wild berries and balsamic notes, in a silky texture. Soft aftertaste, very persistent and strong fruit notes.

Country: Portugal
Region: Douro
Grape: Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Amarela, Tinto Cão, Souzão and Tinta Barroca.
Product code: 5815
Pack size: 12x75cl

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Producer details

  • Producer: Quinta Nova
  • Producer website: http://www.quintanova.com/
  • Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo is a place of extreme beauty in the heart of Douro valley and owned by Amorim family since 1999. With a story longer than 250 years, the property displays conserved structures and the cellar original building from 1764.

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