Vallado 10 year old tawny Port reveals such rich aroma, combining dry fruit notes, praliné, orange confit and finalising with some tobacco notes. A very fresh, rich and velvety attack. Very persistent and complex finish.
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Quinta do Vallado 10 Year Old Tawny Port´s wines has been aged in very old 600-litre oak casks and other old oak vats.
Tinta Roriz, Tinta Amarela, Touriga Franca
Rich aroma, combining dry fruit notes, praliné, orange confit and finalising with some tobacco notes. A very fresh, rich and velvety attack. Very persistent and complex finish.
Store and Serve Advice:
Serving temperature at 15ºC to 16 ºC
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Elegant aroma reminiscent of ripe tangerine, with delicate almond nuances. Rich nutty palate, full bodied and with a fresh acidity.
Gran Cruz 10 Year Old Tawny Port is rich and elegant. It keeps the juicy fruitiness while also shows drier wood-ageing flavours. It's rounded, with honey and raisin flavours dominated by an impressive acidity on the ending.
Fullbodied and luscious, with lots of sweet fruit and a long subtle finish that goes on and on. This is really the benchmark for 10-year-old tawnies." Tasting notes from James Suckling in June-2003.