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This is a monumental wine, erupting on to the palate with a wealth of beautifully integrated flavours. Rigorous selec...Read more...
This impressive wine, with an opaque ruby/purple color, reveals excellent richness, layers of flavor, well-integrated alcohol and tannin, moderate ... Read more
Wine Advocate ReviewA delicious, forward, dark saturated ruby/purple-colored port, this 1997 reveals copious quantities of jammy, grapy, black frui... Read more
Luxurious Drinks offers you: Port - red - 1997 - Quinta do Vesuvio - Portugal - Region: Douro - Apellation: Douro - Touriga nacional - 750 ml. Read more
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This impressive wine, with an opaque ruby/purple color, reveals excellent richness, layers of flavor, well-integrated alcohol and tannin, moderate sweetness, and a long, heady finish. Pure and impressively built, it should drink well in 5ndash;7 years. Anticipated maturity: 2002ndash;2025.
Wine Advocate ReviewA delicious, forward, dark saturated ruby/purple-colored port, this 1997 reveals copious quantities of jammy, grapy, black fruit flavors intermixed with earth and spice, full body, and silky tannin. It should drink well soon, but last for two decades. Drink - 2020.
Luxurious Drinks offers you: Port - red - 1997 - Quinta do Vesuvio - Portugal - Region: Douro - Apellation: Douro - Touriga nacional - 750 ml.
A ripe and rich rsquo;95 boasting a remarkable essence of crushed berries, this is classic Port. Itrsquo;s full-bodied and quite sweet, with the velvetiest of tannins and a long, long, ripe fruit finish. At its best after 2008.
While many houses either declined to declare the vintage or made single-quinta Ports in 1995, Vesuvio crafted this classic. Itrsquo;s even slightly better than Vesuviorsquo;s 1992 vintage Port, which checked in at No. 35 on the Wine Spectatorrsquo;s 1995 Top 100.
Terrific aromas of berries and violets with a hint if mint. Full-bodied and lightly sweet, with silky fine tannins that build on the palate. Outstanding concentration and harmony. Greatest Vesuvio this century. Try after 2010.
Impressive. Dark purple in color, with lots of pretty plum, floral and berry aromas. Full-bodied, with very racy tannins and a long, fruity finish. Reserved, it needs time; best after 2004.
This is a monumental wine, erupting on to the palate with a wealth of<br/>beautifully integrated flavours. Rigorous selection and a tiny production will<br/>reward the privileged few with one of the best wines of the vintage.
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