Kopke Reserve Tawny Port
VineThe rows of vines are traditionally planted across the slope in horizontal terraces. More recently, vines have been planted up the slope (called “vinha ao alto”, meaning vertically planted).
SoilSchist-sandstone (greywacke), interspersed with granite in some places.
HeightUp to 600 metres.
Grape VarietiesTraditional Douro grape varieties.
- Alcohol 19.50%
- pH 3,6
- Total Acidity 4,10 g/dm3
- Reducing Sugars 104,00 g/dm3
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Every wine tells a story. Kopke’s Reserve Ports however, tell a unique story.
The wine should be stored in a cool and dry place, sheltered from light and temperature fluctuations, and the bottle should remain in an upright position. Over time, it is natural that sediment will form at the bottom of a bottle of Port wine.
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- TASTING NOTES The Wine DNA
- RECOMMENDATIONS The best scenario to enjoy
Hand-picked at the optimum time, the grapes are then destemmed, crushed and converted into wine through a process of careful maceration to extract their colour, tannins and aromas, enhanced by constant churning during fermentation. This takes place in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature (between 28-30°C) until the right degree of sweetness (baumé) is achieved. At this point, grape brandy is added to create the final fortified wine. A very fine wine, made by blending wines of different harvests and ages that have matured in wood for at least 7 years.
Brown colour, with a golden rim. A powerful and rich bouquet, with subtle notes of vanilla. On the palate, it is complex and balanced, with a fine finish.
A delicate and fresh wine, it is perfect with light and fragrant desserts, such as pumpkin millefueille with almond sorbet, banana and blueberry muffins, or delicious pear and honey tartelettes. Best served at a temperature between 12 and 14°C.
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