Kopke Colheita 2001 Port

£49.99
  • Port
  • 20%
  • 75cl
  • Suitable for Vegans

Served chilled, it reveals all its finesse and sophistication, especially when drunk with desserts made with caramel, dried fruit and spice, such as caramel fondant with apple and ginger jelly, tarte tatin, crème brulée and medium-streng... Read more

Contains: Sulphites


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Country
Portugal
Grape
Port Blend

Allergen and Dietary

Allergens

Contains: Sulphites

This product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

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Deep and  exuberant aromas

Deep and exuberant aromas

Vintage Port from the World's Oldest Port House, dating back to 1683.
Deep and  exuberant aromas

Description

Served chilled, it reveals all its finesse and sophistication, especially when drunk with desserts made with caramel, dried fruit and spice, such as caramel fondant with apple and ginger jelly, tarte tatin, crème brulée and medium-strength cheeses. Best served at a temperature between 12 and 14°C. Hand-harvest at their best moment, the grapes are destemmed, crushed and vinified in a careful maceration with extraction of colour, tannins and pellicle aromas, complemented by permanent pumping-over during fermentation. This process takes place in vats at a controlled temperature between 28-30ºC, until reaching the desired Baumé. At this phase grape brandy is added (benefit), originating a fortified wine. A wine of an exceptional quality, obtained by the lotation of several harvests, in order to acquire a complementarity of organoleptic characteristics typical of this style aged tawny. Matures in wood for variable periods of time in which the age mentioned on the label corresponds to the approximated average of the different wines age on the lot, expressing the character of the wine in what concerns the characteristics conferred by the ageing in oak casks.

How does it taste

An appealing golden-red colour. Deep and exuberant aromas of dried fruit. Fine and elegant on the palate, it reveals excellent structure and good unctuousness. Firm yet well-integrated tannins. A delicious and enduring finish.