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Quinta do Noval Nacional, Vintage Port, Portugal 2004

Quinta do Noval Nacional, Vintage Port, Portugal 2004

REVIEWS:
5

5 out of 5

PRODUCER:
Quinta do Noval

SIZE:
750ML

TYPE:
FORTIFIED WINE

CRITIC SCORE:
97/100

Quinta do Noval

750ML

£600.00

The pinnacle of Port. Noval Nacional is made from a tiny vineyard which has not been hit by Phylloxera, a rare good fortune. 2004 Was a fabulous Port vintage and as such Quinta do Noval decided to make this rare cuvee and it was a huge success. The intensity of the wine is practically unrivalled anywhere else in the world of wine. A must have in any major port collection!

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Product Information

COUNTRY:

Portugal

GRAPE:

Port Blend

REGION:

Porto

DRINKING
WINDOW:

2020 - 2060

VINTAGE:

2004

ABV:

20.0%

SKU: 100375 Category: Tags: , ,

    Description

    The name ‘Noval’ is always on the mind of avid Port collectors. Their Prestige wine, Noval Nacional, is only made in the finest vintages and fetches the highest prices of any Port. Quinta do Noval is currently owned by AXA insurance group which groups it together is other top-draw wineries around the world (including Pichon Baron in Bordeaux).

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    CRITIC REVIEWS

    CRITIC SCORE:
    97/100

    The 2004 Quinta do Noval Nacional has a show-stopping bouquet that is cut from a completely different cloth than the 2004 Vintage. This is far more extravagant and decadent, with kirsch, camphor, incense and crushed violets exploding from the glass. You might think it was some super Barossa Syrah if you nosed it blind. The palate is intense with penetrating, citrus-fresh black currant and dark-plum fruit. It is has lovely caressing, slightly grainy textured, well-judged acidity and a composed, elegant finish. This is pure class, a hedonistic Nacional surfeit with swagger and style. Drink 2020-2050.
    97/100 - Neal Martin, The Wine Advocate (Tasted January 2014)