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Late Bottled Vintage Port - HALF BOTTLE 37.5cl (Includes a Ferreira Gift Box as illustrated)
***Special release from the Ferreira Cellars***
***90 Points- Wine Spectator***
The 2008 Ferreira Late Bottled Vintage has a deep red ruby colour. Developed and aromatically intense, the wine’s bouquet harbours a strong presence of fully ripened red berries as well as subtle oak notes, such as cedar and tobacco box. In the mouth the wine reveals its excellent harmony and complexity, firm and obvious tannins, and noteworthy flavours of fully ripened red berries and chocolate. The wine possesses a fine acidity and an enormously elegant, prolonged finish.
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Late Bottled Vintage Port - HALF BOTTLE 37.5cl in presentation case.
Special release from the Ferreira Cellars. The intense aroma is dominated by very ripe black fruit (blackcurrant, blackberry and prune), along with chocolate, cocoa, floral aromas and a slight hint of spices (pepper). In the mouth it is a full-bodied wine with great balance between sweetness and richness of structure.
Stock: 26 in Stock
Ferreira Vintage Port
This Port is now beginning to reach its full maturity and is ready for drinking. As it ages further, it will begin to develop gently into a more tawny style Port. This Port should probably be drunk over the next few years although it is still showing remarkable balance and finesse.
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Burnt sienna in colour, 40% opaque. Nutmeg and vanilla all over the very expressive and tertiary nose. Sweet and balanced entry, with some pepperiness on the palate; big flavours of orange and nutmeg. Terrific balance. A huge aftertaste full of golden sultanas, which leads to a very, very long finish of intense seville marmalade. An extremely impressive bottle. 92 points - For The Love of Port
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Late Bottled Vintage Port -In original gift case as illustrated
Late Bottled Vintage port is from a single year. The wine ages 4-6 years in old oak casks (opposed to Vintage that ages 2-3). LBV fills the gap between the rubies and the vintage ports since a Ruby Port should be drunk quite young and a great Vintage Port may need 15 to 20 years to really open up and show its splendour. This led to the idea in the 1960s to age the wine 4 to 6 years in large casks before bottling it, thereby producing a wine with the style of a Vintage Port with its deep colour and concentration of fruit but with a more mature character caused by the longer ageing in wood.
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