Year: A blend of 3 years
Aging: 3 last classic vintage years (1997-2000-2003) aged in French Oak Barrels
Color: Brownish ruby with orange highlights
Bouquet/Flavors: Dried fruit, dried fig, orange marmalade, notes of black cherry, raspberry, dry tobacco leaves and vanilla
Mouth Feel: Generous, good volume, good structure, dense, soft finish, long and persistent
Suggestions: A Porto to drink now, and that can age 5-6 years in the bottle.
Enjoy With: Warm grilled figs on blue cheese toasts, poached figs with reduced sauce and vanilla ice cream, dense chocolate cake, chocolate mocha mousse