Taylor's Port Very Old single Harvest Port 1968

0,75 l, a Proprietary Blend Dry Red Table wine from Douro, Portugal, alcohol content: 20,0%, grape variety: Tinta Amarela, Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesa, Tinta Barocca, Tinta Cao, Tinta Roriz

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€265,00 Incl. tax
Grundpreis: €353,33 / Liter

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Alkoholgrad: 20,0% vol.
Allergene: Sulfite, Spuren von Eiweiß
Abfüller/Erzeuger: Taylor Fladgate & Yeatman 4401 Vila Nova de Gaia Portugal

This rare Single Harvest Tawny Port has been matured for five decades in seasoned oak casks in the Taylors lodges in Oporto. It has a seductive tawny colour which fades to a broad amber rim with discreet olive highlights. The nose is very fine and delicate, with an attractive walnut and marzipan nuttiness, notes of fine oak and discreet aromas of marmalade, black pepper and cinnamon. On the palate, the wine is full and round, with a smooth silky texture and warm mellow spicy flavours. The finish is long, with a crisp clean lift of acidity. Wonderfully poised and elegant, this exceptional Aged Tawny Port is ready to drink now and is the perfect wine with which to celebrate a 50th birthday or anniversary.
Wine Spectator im September 2018: ''Vibrant and zesty, with an engaging minerality and flavors of dried apricot, butterscotch, almond and spice. Still fresh despite the age, this features a finish that zings with notes of dried citrus peel and juniper berry.''

Taylors extensive cask aged reserves include a collection of very rare and valuable Single Harvest Ports. Not to be confused with Vintage Ports, which age in bottle, Single Harvest Ports are wines of a single year which have been aged in seasoned oak casks. They display the date of the harvest on the label. These wonderfully mellow, complex wines have been aged to full maturity and are ready to drink when bottled.

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