Croft Vintage 2011 Port
Despite the austere weather conditions, the vines were able to benefitiate enough from the existing water in the underground reserves, providing ideal conditions for the ripening of the grapes. The hot and dry weather of August was broken in time for two periods of rain, the 21 August and 1 September, which ended the season of ripening and gave rise to an evenly balanced and mature vintage. The grape-picking began on 10 September in quinta da Roeda in excellent conditions for the harvest. It’s been a long fermentation times, allowing a full extraction and uniform, and in Mills the fifth showed exceptional intensity of colour and aroma.
Croft Vintage 2011 Port , is a production that has benefitiated from the existing water in the underground reserves, due to the sevear weather conditions where the dry weather was constant. In August occurred a precipitation that allowed a balanced and uniforme harvest.