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Quinta do Bofam Bom Retiro Ramos Pinto 20YO Tawny Port

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One Line Description 20YO Tawny Port Ramos Pinto Bom Retiro, sophisticated, rich, layered
Production Method Conventional
Country Portugal Portuguese
Region Douro, Portugal
Producer Ramos Pinto
Vintage 20 year old
Wine Type Port, Sherry and other Fortified Wine
Wine Style Full bodied
Grape Blend Touriga Nacionale and other Douro varieties
Decanter Specialist Organic Wine Retailer 2017 Winner


This 20 year old Port is made from the wines of Quinta de Bom Retiro, this is a blend with an average age of 20 years, an adult and sophisticated tawny. Its classic characteristic aroma and palate are the result of the artistry achieved by the head of the tasting room.
When visiting Champagne Roederer, lunch is always followed by a glass of the 20 year RP and it makes for fantastic finale. Rich and sweet yes, but like all great Tawny; the sugar is tempered by 20 years of ageing and an underlying savoury chewiness. Surprisingly easy to drink is this bottle!

Founded in 1880 by Adriano Ramos Pinto, this Port House has always had a pioneering spirit – from the distinctive and stylish ‘art nouveau’ advertising from the 1900s to the continuing wide ranging vineyard research with results that have benefited the whole port trade. Champagne Louis Roederer, now the majority shareholder, perpetuates this philosophy and ensures continuity in a company renowned for wine-making excellence. Ramos Pinto holds the largest proportion of vineyards in relation to its production, giving it a high degree of control over viticultural methods and harvest timing. The house tends 187 hectares of prime vineyards in the Alto Corgo and Douro Superior areas of the famed Douro region, the mountainous valley formed by the Douro River and its tributaries.

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