Dalva Harvest 1971 GW 50 cl is the third "Golden White" created by C. da Silva, being indeed a big surprise since several Port Wine admirers tried to guess the harvest year. This Port is from a white harvest, being quite desired for many Port Wine lovers. It has a lighter colour when compared with the other two Golden White Port Wines, and present irresistible aromas of candied orange, exotic wood, honey and nutmeg.
Harvest Ports are Tawnies produced from a single harvest and then aged for at least 7 years in wooden casks before being bottled. The Niepoort Harvest 1934 is a wine of a vivid reddish colour and aromas of wood and nuts.
The 2009 year was characterised by a low grape production, much in part due to the very dry summer that was felt in that year. The harvest at Quinta de Vargellas began on September 12th and it was verified that the amount of fruit was greatly reduced, leading to a production of concentrated wines, with high sugar levels. Taylor's Vargellas Vinha Velha Vintage 2009 is a deep black purple colour Port wine with sublime aromas of ripe fruit like plums, black cherries, cassis and slight notes of rosewood and clove.
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