Quinta Do Noval Porto Tawny 2004

Winemaker's Notes:

This is a traditional LBV, an important and oft-overlooked distinction; it is<br/>bottled a little later than more commercial LBV wines and, more importantly, is<br/>bottled unfiltered and so may throw a sediment ,in homage no doubt to its<br/>illustrious vintage cousins. The wine is made for us by Quinta Do Noval; the<br/>2004 focuses more on purity of flavour, definition of fruit and length on the<br/>palate than its ultra-ripe forebear. It maintains, however, the house style,<br/>rich and peppery, with violets and dark fruits on the nose and a fabulously<br/>rich palate. Fine and detailed, this is the ideal post-prandial indulgence.<br/> <br/>(Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

Region: Portugal
Winery: Quinta do Noval
Color: Red
Variety: Port
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Quinta do Noval:
Quinta do Noval is situated in the very heart of the Douro valley, in the Cima Corgo, just two kilometres from the small town of Pinhão. As you approach the entrance to the quinta from Pinhão, you will see the famous broad terraces of Quinta do Noval on the right. The Quinta, which is principally situated in the valley of the small Pinhao river, a tributary of the Douro, has approximately 145 h... Read more
Quinta do Noval is situated in the very heart of the Douro valley, in the Cima Corgo, just two kilometres from the small town of Pinhão. As you approach the entrance to the quinta from Pinhão, you will see the famous broad terraces of Quinta do Noval on the right. The Quinta, which is principally situated in the valley of the small Pinhao river, a tributary of the Douro, has approximately 145 hectares of vines, ranging in altitude from 100 metres, at the level of the Pinhao river, to 350 metres at the summit of the valley. The Quinta is approached by a long drive, covered by trellised vines. This is the first view of the quinta that you see as you drive up. Read less

This is a traditional LBV, an important and oft-overlooked distinction; it is<br/>bottled a little later than more commercial LBV wines and, more importantly, is<br/>bottled unfiltered and so may throw a sediment ,in homage no doubt to its<br/>illustrious vintage cousins. The wine is made for us by Quinta Do Noval; the<br/>2004 focuses more on purity of flavour, definition of fruit and length on the<br/>palate than its ultra-ripe forebear. It maintains, however, the house style,<br/>rich and peppery, with violets and dark fruits on the nose and a fabulously<br/>rich palate. Fine and detailed, this is the ideal post-prandial indulgence.<br/> <br/>(Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

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