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Quinta do Noval Tawny 20yo

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Quinta do Noval Tawny 20yo
Producer Quinta do Noval
Region, Country Douro, Portugal
Bottle Size 750ml
Product Code 7035-750

Unlike Noval’s 10-year-old Tawny, this wine is made entirely from fruit cropped from the Quinta do Noval estate, so this is a step up in quality as well as age. In Port and the Douro, Richard Mayson has referred to this category as, “the epitome of balance combining freshness and delicacy with the secondary toasted almond and walnut complexity from ageing in wood.” Noval’s contribution to the 20-year-old field is pure premier league. Sublimely elegant and refined, there’s so much intricacy and toffee-scented depth. It’s a perfect example of how delicious and complex a 20-year-old Tawny Port can be.




Quinta do Noval Tawny 20yo

Reviews

“A shade or two darker and richer than its peers, with warm toffee, hazelnut cream, roasted vanilla, cinnamon and walnut husk notes leading the way, backed by halva, pistachio oil and dried fig details. Lush through the finish, with the walnut hint lingering long enough for all the elements to fall in line. An exotic tawny.”
95 points, James Molesworth, Wine Spectator
“Deliciously nutty yet fruity with burnt umber notes and some dried orange peel. The perfect age for a tawny port`. Still vigorous and no excess evaporation or rancio. Big and bold but with great balance.”
17/20, Jancis Robinson MW, jancisrobinson.com

Reviews

“A shade or two darker and richer than its peers, with warm toffee, hazelnut cream, roasted vanilla, cinnamon and walnut husk notes leading the way, backed by halva, pistachio oil and dried fig details. Lush through the finish, with the walnut hint lingering long enough for all the elements to fall in line. An exotic tawny.”
95 points, James Molesworth, Wine Spectator
“Deliciously nutty yet fruity with burnt umber notes and some dried orange peel. The perfect age for a tawny port`. Still vigorous and no excess evaporation or rancio. Big and bold but with great balance.”
17/20, Jancis Robinson MW, jancisrobinson.com

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