Caramel colour with golden nuances. Aromas of dried fruit and raisins, with notes of vanilla and tobacco. In the mouth it is velvety with a very enveloping acidity. The palate has a sweet and alcoholic flavor.
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For this Kopke Fine Tawny Port, the grapes were pressed and the fermentation took place at controlled temperature with a pre-maceration. When the wort reaches the desired sweetness value, the fermentation is interrupted by the addition of brandy, and then aged in French oak barrels until bottled for an average period of 4 years.
Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão, Tinta Barroca
Caramel colour with golden nuances. Aromas of dried fruit and raisins, with notes of vanilla and tobacco. In the mouth, it is velvety with a very enveloping acidity. The palate has a sweet and alcoholic flavour.
Store and Serve Advice:
Serve temperature 12-15 °C.
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