Port Wine Ramos Pinto Collector Reserve
Ramos Pinto Collector Reserve Port has aromatic characteristics similar to that of the vintage due to the potency of its dominant and dense fruit, revealing incredibly ripe aromas of dried plum, fig, blackberry, raspberry and cherry. The attack is smooth and a full, balanced sensation of sweetness can be noted on the palate.
Prizes & Awards: Gold Medal- Starwine International Competition, 2004, EUA | Silver Medal - Decanter World Wine Awards, 2006
Grape Varieties: Mixture of grape varieties from traditional old vines from Portugal
Vinification: The must is fermented through maceration and automatic pumping over so that a better extraction is achieved. After for or five days, the fermentation is interrupted with the addition of 20% spirit. Lastly, the wine is racked. It does not undergo any hot or cold treatment or filtration.
Tasting Notes: The pale-red rim around the glass is the only visible sign of maturity. The initially opaque core develops into a translucent dark red and finishes with an intense red at the bottom of the glass. Its aromatic characteristics are similar to that of the vintage due to the potency of its dominant and dense fruit, revealing incredibly ripe aromas of dried plum, fig, blackberry, raspberry and cherry. The attack is smooth and a full, balanced sensation of sweetness can be noted on the palate. Its ripe fruit is deliciously revealed to us, enhancing the most volatile and developed retronasal aromas. Its persistence is noteworthy.
Gastronomy: It is a perfect match with chocolate and medium-bodied cheeses. It is also an excellent accompaniment to wild game dishes, especially duck. Can be served with desserts made with red fruits or a mille-feuille of fresh cheese and ham.
Consumption Suggestions: Serve between 16º and 18ºC. Store the bottle upright, in a cool, dry and dark place.
Alcohol: 19.5% vol
Residual Sugar: 95,4 g/L
Baumé Degree: 3.4
Total Acidity: 3.88 g/L
- Main Grape Variety
- Vinhas Velhas
- Ramos Pinto
- Alcohol Grade