Port house, Quinta do Noval, has made a late declaration of the 2012 vintage, nearly three months after the traditional date to do so.
The Douro Valley is not only a stunningly beautiful viticultural region, but one which could be on the cusp of “something special”, according to its winemakers.
A trip to the Port houses of Portugal’s Douro Valley and the inaugural drinks business Global Rosé Masters were just two of this week’s highlights.
Foot-treading Port brings a 2% better result than modern technology, according to Adrian Bridge, CEO at The Fladgate Partnership.
Domaine de la Romanée-Conti and Pétrus predictably dominated Sotheby’s latest London sale but vintage Port and 1961 Latour was also “snapped up” by buyers.
Symington Family Estates has launched a single harvest tawny from 1882 under the Graham’s label.
Taylor’s managing director highlighted a growing demand for aged tawny Port at the launch of the house’s 1863 Single Harvest at the London Wine Fair yesterday.
Taylor’s has raided its library collection to release a single harvest tawny Port from 1863.
Symington Family Estates has announced 2012 vintage en primeur offers for three of its most prestigious single quinta Ports.
Port house Sandeman is offering consumers the chance to taste 20 rare vintages from its cellars at the “Sign of the Don” bar in London.
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