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Quinta de la Rosa Late Bottled Vintage Port 50cl

Quinta de la Rosa Late Bottled Vintage Port 50cl 2017


Premium quality Late Bottled Vintage Port from long established producer.

  • Intense aromas of ripe fruit with fresh plums, raspberries, aromatic herbs and violets.
  • On the palate it is very dense and structured, with bold flavours, ripe yet smooth tannins.
  • The port was foot trodden in granite lagares before aging in large oak 'tonels' for 4 years.
  • Made with traditional port varieties, mainly Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Sousão, and Tinta Roriz.
  • Grape variety: Touriga Nacional
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Type/Colour: Ruby
  • Alcohol: 20%
  • Bottle Size: 50cl
  • Group: Port
  • Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes
  • Sustainable: Yes

91 Points - Wine Enthusiast

92 Points - Decanter Magazine

The Bergqvist family have been making port since 1815. Quinta de la Rosa was given as a christening present for Claire Feuheerd, Sophia BergqvistÂ's grandmother in 1906. The family port shipping company, Feuheerd, was sold in the 1930s but La Rosa was kept and run by Claire. In 1988 Sophia and her father, Tim, decided to restart the family business and launched Quinta de la Rosa as a top quality port producer onto the market place. Starting in the 1990s, the Bergqvist family were one of the pioneers in taking red table wine production in the Douro region seriously. Quinta de la RosaÂ's wine has won many accolades in the press and is sold in many prestigious restaurants and wine stores around the world. The arrival of winemaker Jorge Moreira in 2002 has further improved the quality of the winemaking at La Rosa and their 55 hectares are now used to produce top notch port and table wine in a ratio of 2:1.

Quinta de la Rosa practice a sustainable agricultural regime being part of ADVID & SATIVA. They don't use genetically modified organisms nor do they use animal products so vegetarians can drink their wines. They recycle where possible and are HACCP & BRC rated.