The Vintage Port is a Port Wine from...
The Vintage Port is a Port Wine from a single vintage bottled between the second and third year after the harvest. It is always red and is, among all Port Wines, the one with the greatest potential for aging. This long aging potential results from the use of complex grapes and concentrated in their production, as was the case of this excellent Quevedo Vintage 2007
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|Cast||Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão, Tinta Barroca and Others|
|Total Acidity||4.24 g/l|
|Wine Maker||Cláudia Quevedo|
|Vinification||Totally destemmed grapes followed by a slow fermentation with temperature control up to 28ºC degrees. Not filtered|
|Tasting Notes||Dense and powerful fruit, well balanced and voluminous with very good tannins. Very persistent|
|Enjoy||Chocolate, blue cheese|
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
Quevedo is part of a new generation of small family wineries based in the Douro.
They cultivate 100 ha of vineyards across six properties in the Douro valley, from the sub-regions of the Cima Corgo and the Douro Superior. The diversity of their vineyards provides grapes of varying aromas and flavors to help them craft their wine.
Quevedo Brand produces white, rosand red wines of Douro redgion's and Port Wines (vintage, colheita and 10 years old, 20 years old, 30 years old and 40 years old)