Overview: Estate grapes from 3 harvests aged an average 20 years in neutral French oak.
Style: Tawny Porto.
Age: Average of 20 Years.
Grapes: Tinta Barroca and Touriga Franca and older planted varietals.
Tasting Notes: Sweet, racy structure; deep concentration and a great complexity; well balanced; silken; long length and very intense finish.
Enjoy With: Almond or nut tarts, foie gras on toast, hard cheeses (gruyere, comté and parmesan).
Aroma: Hazelnuts, walnut and caramel; complex; great schist minerality combined with light vanilla and marzipan.
Winemaking: Hand-picked; fermentation and foot-treading in traditional lagars.
Suggestions: A mature Tawny Porto that can age 8 to 10 years.
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