Fonseca Porto Siroco presents a pale, straw colour. It has a superb balance among the ripe white fruit, as apples and white figs, and his delicate acidity. The elegant notes of wood ageing give an extraordinary finish to this dry white Port.
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Fonseca Porto Siroco is made with white grape varieties, predominantly Malvasia Fina, with smaller, proportions of Gouveio, Viosinho, Rabigato, and Arinto, grown on the cooler, higher vineyards of the Douro Valley. To achieve its crisp dry finish, the wine is allowed to ferment for longer than other styles of Port before it is fortified. Fonseca Porto Siroco ages in small oak vats for an average of 3 years old.
Malvasia Fina, Gouveio, Viosinho, Rabigato, Arinto.
Fonseca Porto Siroco is a dry style of white Port. Its richness coming from concentrated flavours of ripe white fruits. There is some good acidity that gives the wine a refreshing aftertaste, leaving a flavour of dried oregano along with the spirit.
Store and Serve Advice:
Serve temperature 6ºC-8°C.
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