2007 Wine Year and the Harvest
2007 had a rainy winter that replenish underground water reserves, after four hot and dry years.
Wet conditions continued in the spring and early summer with low temperatures.
In the first two weeks of September there were constant daily temperatures between 35 °C and 38 °C.
These hot, dry conditions made the vineyards ripe perfectly, accelerating the sugar and phenolic compounds production while maintaining the excellent natural acidity resulting from a relatively cool summer.
As a result, the harvest produced perfectly balanced musts which led to wines with style and elegant, full of vitality and with a concentrated fruity character and superb freshness.
Fonseca Quinta do Panascal 1998 Vintage Port has a fruity flavour and is a very fragrant wine.
Medium-bodied wine, very well structured and that is ready to be savoured.
Book a few bottles in your wine cellar and enjoy its evolution.
Bottled in 2001
Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage 2003 is Port Wine of superb quality and elegance, with classic aromas of violets and cassis. It is a wine that although young presents a surprising harmony of flavours. A wine still produced using traditional methods like stepping the grapes using their feet, worthy of a classic. With this edition of 4, 5Lt (6 bottles) you can take home a wine to enjoy in the most special occasions.
Warre's Vintage Double Magnum 2007 is a Port where each component of the batches ages for 18 months in oak barrels. The wine is bottled in May of 2009, without any filtration or clarification. Irresistible and worthy of sharing it with your closest friends this refined bottle of 3Lt.