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Vines Tinta Roriz ( %), Touriga Franca ( %), Touriga Nacional ( %)

Color: Young and deep ruby ​​color.
Smell: The nose is intense fruity, rich in hints of blackberry, cassis, cherry and plum intertwined with a spicy note.
Taste: On the palate it is full-bodied and round, with a soft taste, with a velvety consistency, balanced by soft and enveloping tannins. With persistent fruit aromas in the rich succulent finish.
Food pairing: Perfect for chocolate, chocolate desserts, cherries and black cherries in alcohol, or alternatively ideal combination for seasoned or blue cheeses. Also for meditation or with a cigar.

Bin 27: It was created over a century ago for family consumption, and marketed only in 1972.
Production area: It is mainly produced from the wines of the scenes of Fonseca in the Cima Corgo and therefore offers exceptional quality and consistency from year to year.
Vinification and aging: Blended from reserve wines selected for their intense fruity character and color depth, Fonseca Bin n. 27 spends four years in large wooden vats before bottling. It will probably improve slightly with the bottle, Bin n. 27 is ready to consume when bottled.

Fonseca

From the legendary 1840, Fonseca's first Vintage Port release, to the superb declared vintages of the last decade, the house has produced a succession of highly acclaimed wines even in the most adverse moments of history. James Suckling, in his authoritative book on Vintage Port, put it as follows: "The vintage Ports of Fonseca are perhaps the most consistently great of them all. Not only do they have a striking fleshiness and powerful richness when young, but they retain that youthfulness for decades." This consistency derives not only from continuity of family involvement, and the knowledge and skill passed down from one generation to the next, but also a close link with the vineyard. The firm's three estates of Cruzeiro, Panascal and Santo António are the heart of the distinctive character of Fonseca's Vintage Ports. Fonseca's respect for the vineyard and the unique environment of the Douro Valley expresses itself in the firm's leadership in the field of sustainable and organic viticulture. It was the first house to offer a Port made entirely from organically produced grapes. However for many wine enthusiasts around the world Fonseca is best known as the producer of Bin No. 27. This fine reserve Port, launched four decades ago, is one of the most popular and successful Port blends. Sharing the heritage of the great Fonseca Vintage ports, it displays the opulent fruity character which defines the Fonseca house style. Perhaps more than any other Port house, Fonseca has built a loyal community of Port enthusiasts who value its individuality and the inimitable character of its wines. These include connoisseurs, collectors, sommeliers and restaurateurs as well as those who simply enjoy drinking its wonderfully rich and complex Ports.

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