Vintage Port - Sale
Port is made from grapes grown in the Douro region in Northern Portugal, Port wine has a richer, sweeter, and heavier texture than other wines, since it is fortified halfway through its fermentation process and has a higher alcohol content (19.5-22%) compared to other wines. Tawny ports or Colheitas are matured in the barrel, which give them a nutty flavour and a caramel colour. They can generally be kept for a few weeks without significant deterioration of the wine. Vintage ports are mainly matured in the bottle and ideally should must be drunk within 48 hours of opening.
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Not to be confused with Vintage Ports, Colheitas although also from a single and outstanding vintage are different due to their aging process. Firstly aged in Cask for at least 7 years followed by as many as 50 years ageing in wood. Colheitas are rarer than Vintage Ports making up only 1% of the production, they represent great value and are often fantastic to drink. Winner of …