Dalva, Colheita Golden White Port, 1971

1.675,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,5 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
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C. da Silva

Experience the genuine taste of port wine with C. da Silva, a wine company that is deeply rooted in the Douro region, known as the birthplace of authentic port wine. This region doesn't only carry historical significance as the first ever demarcated and regulated wine region in the world, but it is also recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. C. da Silva is renowned for its distinct port wines, produced under truly exceptional conditions. The terraces of the Douro provide a unique environment, contributing to the character and complexity of the wines. The company's commitment to preserving the region's rich winemaking heritage is evident in every bottle they produce. With each sip, one can experience the pure expression of the Douro, a testament to the region's significant contribution to the world of wine. C. da Silva's port wines are more than just a beverage, they are a celebration of history, tradition, and the unique qualities of the Douro region.

Dalva, Port, 1971

This Port from Dalva, a reputable producer in Portugal, hails from the 1971 vintage, a year that has been recognized for its exceptional quality. It carries an impressive score of 94 points from Robert Parker, a testament to its superior craftsmanship and unique qualities.

The wine originates from the Douro region, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its terraced vineyards along the Douro River. This region has a rich history in winemaking and is famed for producing some of the world's finest Port wines.

This Port is crafted using conventional viticulture methods, where the grapes are carefully harvested and fermented to achieve a high alcohol level of 20%. The winemaking process ensures the preservation of the grape's natural characteristics, resulting in a wine that is authentically Douro.

The taste profile of this wine reflects its production process and geographical origin. As a Port, it offers a complex and nuanced array of flavors, with a depth and richness that can only come from years of careful aging. This is a wine that can be appreciated by both the seasoned connoisseur and the casual enthusiast, offering a taste of Portugal's wine heritage in every sip.

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