Poças Colheita Port 1997, Oporto Portugal
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and artisanal approach to wine making. This port is made in an oxidative style which lends magnificent complexity and a wonderful rich mouth feel. The style is identical to that of a tawny port, however all of the fruit comes from a declared harvest which enables wonderful precision and concentration.
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Pocas 1997 Colheita possesses an enticing bouquet of dried fruit, caramelised walnuts, vanilla and roasted hazelnut. The palate possesses endless layers of complexity and a long intense finish. This port doesn’t contain the simplistic core of primary fruit you find in a ruby port – instead it offers layer upon layer of wonderful complexity, and a finish that refuses to end! Serve lightly chilled with stilton and walnuts.
Touriga Nacional blend
2019 to 2050
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