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Warre's Otima 20-year Old 6/500 , Touriga Nacional Wine

Warre's Otima 20-year Old 6/500 , Touriga Nacional Wine

Origin: Portugal - Douro
Characteristics: The translucent copper coloured tone of the
wine is matched by the beautiful soft nutty
aromas gained by a full twenty years ageing in
seasoned oak casks. OTIMA 20 Years is rich
and delicate, but never cloying; the tannins
and acidity ensure balance and perfect length.
Does not need decanting.
The wine is ready to drink when bottled, but
will maintain its quality in bottle.
Serve lightly chilled in warmer climates, with
light desserts such as crème brûlée, or on its
own.
OTIMA 20 is a pleasure to drink at any time,
not just at the end of a lunch or dinner.
Expert Review
90 Points - “A lush, soft Port, with nutty aromas rounded out by scents of coffee and caramel. Caresses the palate with flavors of coffee and crème caramel, blending in a bit of orange peel on the finish. Editors’ Choice.”
-Wine Enthusiast

91 Points - "Fresh, with plenty of vibrant acidity behind the cocoa, vanilla and dried apricot flavors. Spicy and creamy notes linger on the long, broad finish. Drink now.
- wine review by K.M., Wine Spectator, October 2010

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Price: $54.00/bottle
Bottle size: 500ML
Bottles Per Case: 6
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Characteristics: Warre’s 2002 Bottle Aged Late Bottled Vintage Porto | 20% | Unlike most other Late Bottled Vintage Ports that are bottled and sold immediately once they have sent the required time in wooden cask, Warre’s is neither fined nor filtered but bottled with all the nuances that make this such a superlative LBV and it is then aged another four years in bottle to develop. A deep core thick skinned berries lift into a woodsy spice of pepper, cedar and sandalwood and curl about beneath a beautiful floral top note. Consistently the most vintage like LBV I taste each year and an example the other quintas ought to follow.
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Origin: Portugal - Douro
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Type: Dessert
 
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