Fonseca Porto (Port)
Do you know where the famous port wine Fonseca Vintage 2003 is produced? In the Upper Douro Valley, one of the most beautiful wine-growing regions in the world. The character of the port wine comes from a combination of soil, grape variety and climate. The vines are planted in stony slate soils, which give the wine a very special taste, on steep slopes overlooking the river Douro.
The best way to enjoy the Fonseca Vintage 2003 to desserts! You're gonna love this port.
Technical sheet · Fonseca Vintage
|Type Of Wine:||fortified wine|
|Vintage:||2003 Other vintages|
|Appellation:||Port (Porto & Douro,Portugal)|
|Volume:||75cl Other volumes|
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Description · Fonseca Porto
2003 Fonseca Vintage (Tinta Roriz)
- View: 2003 Fonseca Vintage is opaque, black with dark purple trim,
- Nose: Lovely perfumed floral aromas very close;
- Mouth: very polished, fine, firm and specific fine grain and bittersweet dark chocolate concentration of tannins.
Grapes: Touriga National, Touriga franca, Baroque Ink, Tinta Roriz and Tinta Cao
Fonseca Guimaraens, often simply called Fonseca, is one of the largest Port wine houses in Portugal. Manoel Pedro Gonçalves Guimaraens and his brother João Gonçalves Salgueiro, established the company in 1822 when they acquired control of the Fonseca and Monteiro Company from the Fonseca Family...
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Highlighted review about 2003 Fonseca Vintage
Posted on 12/09/18 at 17.14
The nose has a good depth, soft and harmonious, with some power with touches of dark chocolate, cherry
This Vintage Port is harmonious, elegant, with an interesting structure that combines notes of spice, mint and concentrated fruit
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