Broadbent Auction Reserve Port NV

External Review by Shop Wine Direct:

Wine Tasting NotesDecanter Magazine "A deep, ruby color with a virtually opaque core, velvety sheen, fair intensity and youthful rim; crisp fruit, almost floral, peppery (alcohol) but not aggressively so; also sweet, verging on the very sweet, but with a delicious mid-palate, touch of violets - for want of a better word - refreshing, excellent finish and with more obvious tannin and acidity than the tawny."

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Broadbent Selections:
Broadbent Selections Inc. prides itself in representing some of the finest small family owned wineries from around the world. We love pioneering undiscovered regions, most recently, we've launched wines from China but some of the regions that we introduced early on, if not at the very beginning, include the Douro, Marlborough, Porto, Madeira and the Bekaa Valley! We hope you enjoy some of our... Read more
Broadbent Selections Inc. prides itself in representing some of the finest small family owned wineries from around the world. We love pioneering undiscovered regions, most recently, we've launched wines from China but some of the regions that we introduced early on, if not at the very beginning, include the Douro, Marlborough, Porto, Madeira and the Bekaa Valley! We hope you enjoy some of our greatest discoveries, whether from South Africa, Spain, Portugal, Argentina, Chile, Austria, Germany France, New Zealand or Lebanon. We represent the very best from the respective appelations but there are great value wines for everyday drinking too. Read less

External Reviews for Broadbent Auction Reserve Port

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Source: Shop Wine Direct
01/17/2009

Wine Tasting NotesDecanter Magazine "A deep, ruby color with a virtually opaque core, velvety sheen, fair intensity and youthful rim; crisp fruit, almost floral, peppery (alcohol) but not aggressively so; also sweet, verging on the very sweet, but with a delicious mid-palate, touch of violets - for want of a better word - refreshing, excellent finish and with more obvious tannin and acidity than the tawny."



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