Fonseca Ruby Port - Fonseca Tawny Port - Fonseca White Port - Fonseca Siroco Port - Fonseca Bin 27 Port
Fonseca Ruby Port
Deep ruby colour. Fresh, vigorous and youthful nose, full of intense cherry and blackcurrant aromas. Full bodied on the palate, with solid but well integrated tannins, and a long rich fruity finish.
88 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 87 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 85 points in CellarTracker.
Fonseca Tawny Port
Tawny-red colour fading to brick on the rim. The seductive nose displays aromas of apricot and plum with mellow undertones of butterscotch and spice. On the palate, the rich jammy flavours are lifted on the finish by an attractive crisp acidity.
89 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 87 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 85 points in CellarTracker.
Fonseca White Port
Rich, fragrant nose with aromas of mellow fruit and hints of honey and oak. Full body, velvety palate and long flavour some finish.
Fonseca Siroco Port
Pale, straw colour. A superb balance of ripe fruit, delicate acidity and elegant notes of wood aging. Full and fruity on the palate this wine has a glorious lingering finish and na attractive, refreshing crispness.
84 points in CellarTracker; 82 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
Fonseca Bin 27 Port
Bin 27 shares the heritage and style of the great Fonseca Vintage Ports, as well as much of their depth and character. However it is bottled when ready to drink and can be served by the glass directly from the bottle. Blended for consistency of character and quintessentially Fonseca in style, this reserve blend provides reliable and affordable value. Deep youthful ruby colour. Intense rich fruity nose crammed with pure blackberry, cassis, cherry and plum aromas interwoven with notes of spice. The palate full bodied and round, with a smooth velvety texture balanced by firm mouth filling tannins. The juicy black fruit flavours linger into the rich luscious finish.
90 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 88 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 86 points in CellarTracker; 18 points in Decanter Magazine; Silver medal Critics Challenge Wine Competition 2013; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2013; Gold medal San Diego International Wine Competition 2013; Silver medal San Francisco International Wine Competition 2013; Bronze medal The Dallas Wine Competition 2013; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2012; Bronze medal San Francisco International Wine Competition 2012; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2011; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2011; Trophy medal International Wine Challenge 2010.
Store and Serve Advices:
You can serve at room temperature and even drink straight from the bottle.
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Reviews and Awards:
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