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Ramos Pinto Collection Portugal 2007

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"The 2007 COLLECTION is an offering with fancy artwork that makes a pretty nice splash for its wine, too. Continuing the winery’s tradition of blending quintas, this is a vineyard blend from the winery’s Quinta do Bom Retiro vineyards and its Douro Superior property, Quinta de Ervamoira, thus distinguishing it in terroir from the winery’s Duas Quintas Reserva (a blend from Ervamoira and Bon Ares). It is a grape blend of Touriga Nacional (30%), Touriga Franca (30%) and a field blend for the rest. This is a very nice performance, elegant and refined, but with a very obvious backbone. More intense, deeper and lusher than the regular Tinto (the former “Adriano,” now the “DQ”), it gets sweeter with air and is a pretty nice offering that should handle itself well in the mid-term and provide a very good value point in the Ramos Pinto lineup...90" WA 02/10

Region: Portugal » Douro

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  • 2007

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Winery: Ramos-Pinto
Color: Red
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Ramos-Pinto:
This port house was founded in 1880 by Adriano Ramos Pinto and produce a range of table wines and ports. The firm was bought by the Roederer Champagne group in 1990. Ramos Pinto also own an art gallery and museum in the town

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"The 2007 COLLECTION is an offering with fancy artwork that makes a pretty nice splash for its wine, too. Continuing the winery’s tradition of blending quintas, this is a vineyard blend from the winery’s Quinta do Bom Retiro vineyards and its Douro Superior property, Quinta de Ervamoira, thus distinguishing it in terroir from the winery’s Duas Quintas Reserva (a blend from Ervamoira and Bon Ares). It is a grape blend of Touriga Nacional (30%), Touriga Franca (30%) and a field blend for the rest. This is a very nice performance, elegant and refined, but with a very obvious backbone. More intense, deeper and lusher than the regular Tinto (the former “Adriano,” now the “DQ”), it gets sweeter with air and is a pretty nice offering that should handle itself well in the mid-term and provide a very good value point in the Ramos Pinto lineup...90" WA 02/10

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