An Harvest Port is a wine made from batches from a single harvest that is placed in oak casks for a aging period of seven years before being bottled. With refined flavours and aromas, Dalva 1992 Harvest presents flavours and aromas of fruit jam, marmalade and spices. As the years pass by, this wine acquires clear flavours of dried fruits, cinnamon and coffee.
This type of Port should be stored in a cool, dark place, with the bottle standing up. It is a wine that does not have a great evolutionary capability, which means despite the years pass by, it will always remain fresh. It is a wine that should be served slightly cool, being ideal to pair with egg-based desserts. Winemaker: José Manuel Sousa Tavares.
Warre’s Vintage 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. In a special edition of 6Lt you can now complete your wine cellar with this amazing Vintage
Croft 2009 Vintage Port
This Vintage Port was created in 2009, which will be remembered as a year of low yields, due, in part, to the small amount of fruit and the effects of a very dry ripening season.
The ripening season started with relatively cold weather that remained so until July.
However, August was intensely hot.
An early harvest granted wines a good acid balance and avoided over-ripening.
A quite soft Vintage Port with a black colour, raspberries and plums aromas, a second, youthful Fonsecas wine that can be more appreciable if drunk until 2020.
Order now and find teh Fonseca Guimaraens Vintage 2005, bottled in 2007
This is a Vintage Port for early consumption, a wine full of blackberry aromas and a floral touch; a second, very intense Fonseca's wine. A good alternative that you will wish to find out for yourself. Bottled in 2000