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Quinta do Noval 10-Year-Old Tawny Port
Quinta do Noval 10-Year-Old Tawny Port
Quinta do Noval 10-Year-Old Tawny Port
Quinta do Noval 10-Year-Old Tawny Port

Quinta do Noval 10-Year-Old Tawny Port

Full of caramelised orange and fig flavours

Quinta do Noval has produced port since 1715, ageing it in barrels in a giant cellar carved into the hills below their vineyards in the Douro. Selected by Jamie Matthewson, Partner & wine buying manager – fortified & sweet wines

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Wine at a glance

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Very Sweet
  • Bin no: 064421
  • Size: 75cl
  • Alc Vol: 19.50 %vol
  • Vintage: -
  • Closure: Cork
  • Grape: Touriga Nacional Tinta Roriz
  • Region: Douro , Portugal
  • Special Features: Vegetarian

Please note - every effort is taken to ensure the vintage displayed
on this page is the vintage supplied, but due to constantly refreshed
stock the vintage supplied may vary.

This product contains sulphites

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Loved by Jamie Matthewson, Partner & wine buying manager – fortified & sweet wines

Almost all port is aged in the Portuguese city of Porto – in truth, in the area across the river called Vila Nova de Gaia. Not so with Noval. This bodega ages its port in the drier climate of the Douro valley, in cellars cut into the cliffs where it’s cooler than the often 40-degree heat outside. The real delight of Noval is simply wandering around the vineyards, in and out of various different aged vines and the many different indigenous grape varieties. You can see how hard the vines have to work, high up on the steep banks of the valley, and it’s this fortitude that gives the grapes such big tannins and, therefore, structure for port wines (which are not shrinking violets!).