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Taylor's : Very Old Single Harvest Port 1968

283 € inkl. 16% MwSt.1 Flasche in der Kassette (75cl) | 377,33 €/L
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    Andere Jahrgänge
    Parker : 94 / 100
    Wine Advocate-Parker :
    The 1968 Very Old Single Harvest Tawny Port comes in with 173 grams per liter of residual sugar. Taylor's started its ongoing 50-year Colheita program with the 1964 (or, as they prefer to say, single harvest tawny port). This is the newest release, scheduled to be in the marketplace by the Fall of this year. It was bottled in 2017 with a bar-top cork. It is hard to go wrong with any of the wines Taylor's has been releasing in this series--they all have something special to offer. We can debate endlessly which is better--often, the style difference is more important than a minor qualitative difference. This year's style shows finesse and more finesse. It is relatively elegant for an old tawny, with a controlled, sweet edge. Hints of brandy do periodically pop up, but they are not hard or harsh. It lingers beautifully on the finish as fine, old Tawnies do. The finish is often the best part of these oldies. This will last indefinitely, but it is meant to drink on release and needs no aging. Most do not hold Tawnies with bar-top corks. Drink it around 60 degrees Fahrenheit--and definitely not too warm. Most producers recommend 58 to 62 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on your preferences and the wine.
    Duro-TalPortwein
    Alkohol
    20.5

    Traubensorten
    Porto Blend

    Süssweine
    Ja

    J. Robinson
    17,5

    Wine Spectator
    98

    Herkunftsland
    Portugal

    Herkunftszertifikat
    DOC

    Region
    Duro-Tal

    Appellation
    Portwein

    Farbe
    Rot

    Produzent
    Taylor's

    Parker
    94

    Allergene
    Enthält Sulfite

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