Warre White Port 2001

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Warre’s Fine White is 100% fermented off the skins. GRAPE VARIETIES: The grapes used in the production of Warre’s Fine White are a blend of traditional Portuguese varieties from the Douro Valley, such as Arinto, Códega, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato, and Viosinho. VINIFICATION: Warre’s Fine White under-goes fermentation with natural yeast at between 24-28ºc. Once the must has fermented to the desired degree of sweetness (usually within 48 hours), fortification takes place with grape brandy at 77% v/v (generally 80% must / 20% brandy). AGEING: Warre’s Fine White is aged in oak casks for an average of 3 years, and is bottled when ready to drink. TASTING NOTES: Pale straw colour, smooth and delicate nose, fruity palate with a long and crisp finish. SERVING TIPS: - Does not need decanting. - The wine is ready to drink when bottled, but will maintain its quality in bottle. - Makes an excellent aperitif when served chilled or as a long drink with tonic water and a slice of lemon.

Region: Portugal » Douro » Porto

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Variety: Port
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Warre’s has been leading the Port trade since it was established as the first British Port House in 1670. A pioneer of a great tradition with over 300 years of history, Warre’s legacy is built on the superb quality of Warre’s Vintage Ports and on an unwavering commitment to quality and successful innovation. These characteristics are reflected in wines like Warre’s Warrior, the oldest mark of P... Read more
Warre’s has been leading the Port trade since it was established as the first British Port House in 1670. A pioneer of a great tradition with over 300 years of history, Warre’s legacy is built on the superb quality of Warre’s Vintage Ports and on an unwavering commitment to quality and successful innovation. These characteristics are reflected in wines like Warre’s Warrior, the oldest mark of Port in the world now with a radically redesigned new look, and Warre’s Otima, an award-winning 10 Year-Old Tawny Port in chic, ultra-modern packaging. Warre's significant contribution to the Port trade is celebrated on this site, together with information on all of Warre’s premium Ports, the latest reviews and awards, and more. Read less
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Source: Shop Wine Direct
01/17/2009

Wine Tasting NotesPale straw color, smooth and delicate nose, fruity palate with a long and crisp finish.



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Warre’s Fine White is 100% fermented off the skins. GRAPE VARIETIES: The grapes used in the production of Warre’s Fine White are a blend of traditional Portuguese varieties from the Douro Valley, such as Arinto, Códega, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato, and Viosinho. VINIFICATION: Warre’s Fine White under-goes fermentation with natural yeast at between 24-28ºc. Once the must has fermented to the desired degree of sweetness (usually within 48 hours), fortification takes place with grape brandy at 77% v/v (generally 80% must / 20% brandy). AGEING: Warre’s Fine White is aged in oak casks for an average of 3 years, and is bottled when ready to drink. TASTING NOTES: Pale straw colour, smooth and delicate nose, fruity palate with a long and crisp finish. SERVING TIPS: - Does not need decanting. - The wine is ready to drink when bottled, but will maintain its quality in bottle. - Makes an excellent aperitif when served chilled or as a long drink with tonic water and a slice of lemon.

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