From: Douro, Portugal
Varietal: Field Blend of Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinta Barroca
Tasting Notes: This is a blend of old Port wines with an average age of ten years. At ten years old the wine has already acquired the classic tawny characteristics of nuts, dried fruits, and spices, but retains also a vibrant freshness which is one of the characteristics of Romaneira’s tawny.
Pale brick red tawny color. In its complex aroma, the vibrant young fruit blends deliciously with the attractive and characteristic dry fruits aromas like nuts. Rich and smooth on the palate it has an elegant structure and a long finish.
Serve slightly chilled or at room temperature
Romaneira is one of the great historic Quintas of the Douro Valley in Northern Portugal, on a spectacularly beautiful site overlooking the Douro river facing south, its rocky soil lending its particular character to the wines.
Recently a new and exciting chapter has been added to Romaneira's long and illustrious story, with the emergence of Romaneira as a key player in the "Douro Revolution": the discovery that our ancient local grape varieties can be used to make not only excellent Port wines but increasingly also outstanding unfortified wines that are finding their place among the great wines of the world while being an expression of our unique terroir.
90 Points -Wine Enthusiast
90 Points -The Wine Advocate
91 Points -Wine Spectator
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