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OPORTO NOVAL TAWNY (Portugal)

Porto Noval Tawny the art of old oak; develop a creamy, rich texture that makes them more intense with age. Tawny are a type of port made with a “coupage” of wines of different harvests. This one, in particular, has an average old age of 3 years and is of a lighter and silker style than rubies.

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Oporto Noval Tawny the art of old oak; develop a creamy, rich texture that makes them more intense with age. Tawny are a type of port made with a “coupage” of wines of different harvests. This one, in particular, has an average old age of 3 years and is of a lighter and silker style than rubies. The average age of the wines used for the production of this tawny is 3 years. It is a generous wine of golden amber and intense color. It is a concentrated and powerful wine. It has balance and a good structure. Its aroma is characterized by its flavor and aroma reminiscent of nuts and nuts providing a generous spicy finish, reminiscent of nuts and spices. Finally, it flows into a complex palate with good persistence. The name Quinta do Noval first appeared in the Property Registry in 1715. Since that year Quinta do Noval is one of the first exporters of Vinho do Porto of high quality. Quinta do Noval is a large property located on the left bank of the Pinhao River in the Douro Valley, northern Portugal. It is one of the few regions of Europe with real tranquility, and still wild. The vineyards producing the Port grape are located in the form of terraces, on the flanks of the tortuous Douro valleys and their tributaries. Alcohol content: 19 % vol. Serving temperature: 12-14o C.Pairing: Desserts, cakes, fruits in syrup, brie cheese and nuts. More information about Porto Noval TawnySi has any questions about how to buy Porto Noval Tawny please contact the customer service staff.

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Weight 1.4 kg
Origin

Portugal

Region

Portugal

Celler

Quinta do Noval

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