Taylor's Vintage 2007 is a Port wine with a stylized and energetic character, with a dense nose of blackcurrant and wild berries, coated with discreet nuances of herbs and aromas of violets and rose petals. As always, Taylor's classic elegance and restraint belies the energy and vigor of the wine.
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Taylor's Vintage Port is one of the world's finest iconic wines. Made only in the best years – known as 'declared' vintages – Vintage Ports are blended with the finest products from the company's own estates, Quinta de Vargellas, Quinta de Terra Feita and, more recently, Quinta do Junco. After each harvest, the tasting panel selects the best Port wines from the three estates and then ages them for two winters in oak vats. In the second spring they are tasted again. If they are deemed to be of exceptional quality, the Port wines from the three estates are blended together, Vargellas bringing structure, elegance and complexity to the wine and Terra Feita and Junco's body, depth and powerful, concentrated fruit. At this stage, a decision must be made whether a Vintage Port should be 'declared'. For a statement to be made, the Vintage Port blend must be of excellent quality: austere in its youth, with tremendous depth of flavor and massive structure, capable of evolving over years or decades into the quintessence of a great Port, a Taylor's Vintage Mature. Historically, Taylor's has only declared about three Vintage years per decade.
Taylors 2007 Vintage Port is a port wine with a stylized and energetic character, with a dense nose of blackcurrant and wild berries, coated with discreet nuances of herbs and aromas of violets and rose petals. As always, classic Taylor's elegance and restraint belies the energy and vigor of the wine.
- Alcohol Content
- 37,5 CL