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Quinta do Noval Vintage Port 2014

Traditional foot massage was given to the wine
Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tempranillo (Aragonez, Tinta Fino, Tinta Roriz), and Sousão (Vinhão, Souson)
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Black Fruit, Concentrated / Preserved Fruit, and Pepper / Spice, Sweet Spice, Reductive & Oxidative Nuttiness, and Toasted

BODY: Full
Very Sweet
Medium +
High (More than 14%)

Origin: Douro Valley, Portugal

Grape Varietals:
Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tempranillo (Aragonez, Tinta Fino, Tinta Roriz), and Sousão (Vinhão, Souson)



Maturation: >24 Months Oak Barrels and Bottle Ageing


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Quinta do Noval Vintage Port 2014

Quinta do Noval Vintage Port is characterised by its purity of fruit and a
fine, delicate quality that is typical of the wines of the property in
general, but which finds its most remarkable and enduring expression
in the Vintage Ports.

Equilibrium, harmony, finesse and elegance characterise our great
Vintage Ports, which are declared only when we are certain that the
year has produced a blend, however small, that is worthy of bearing
the name of Quinta do Noval Vintage Port.

Grape Varietals & Region: Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesa, Tinto Cão, Sousão

Taste Profile: Deep dark ruby-purple with a spicy and wild nose, with soft velvety black fruits, good freshness and balance. Great elegance and great power. Full-bodied and fleshy with firm backbone of tannins and a long finish. Very seductive and perfectly delicious now, but will of course repay decades of bottle ageing and reveal its full potential over time.

Winemaking Process: Grapes are trodden by foot to obtain the must, then during fermentation macerate to obtain the best possible extraction in the lagares, the traditional stone vats from the Quinta. It is matured for 18 months in old wooden casks in the air-conditioned cellars of the Quinta, at the demarcated region of the Douro Valley before bottling.