Quinta do Infantado - Vintage Port 1997 - Portuguese Fortified Wine 75cl Bottle

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Quinta do Infantado - Vintage Port 1997
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75cl Bottle
£36.12
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Description:
Excellent colour concentration with a touch of maturity on the rim.

On the nose, the 1997 Vintage is spicy, with layers of rich, black fruit, a hint of cocoa and tobacco.

On the palate, the fruit is concentrated and powerful, with elegant, ripe tannins and great structure without being cooked.

Lower levels of brandy were used in this ripe vintage, resulting in a beautifully balanced Port.

Long, spiced finish.



Category(s):     Port
Group(s):     Vintage Port
Producer: Quinta do Infantado
ABV:   19.5%
Acidity g/l:   0
Bio-Dynamic:   No
Brand:   Quinta do Infantado
Country of Origin:   Portugal
Grape Type:   Touriga Nacional
Grape Type:   Touriga Franca
Kosher:   No
Organic:   No
Ph Level:   0
Port Style:   Vintage Port
Region:   Douro
Residual Sugar g/l:   54
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Vegan:   No
Vegetarian:   No
Vintage:   1997
Winemaker:   Fatima Ribas

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Producer Information

The Quinta do Infantado wines and Ports are grown, made and bottled at the Quinta (Estate), located in Pinhao at an altitude of 150m above sea level in the Cima Corgo, the Douro sub-region known for making the best Ports and dry wines. This winery was established in 1816 by D. Pedro IV, the Portuguese crown heir, as a place where they could collect taxes, which were then paid in grapes or wine. This is the origin of the Quinta`s name: Infantado derives from Infante, the Portuguese for Prince. The Roseira family has owned Quinta do Infantado for over a century. Joao Roseira looks after the vineyards and oversees the winemaking and his sister-in-law Paula looks after the marketing of their wines.

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