Selected tag: Declaration

Port and the Douro's Future, Jancis Robinson, (website)

May 9, 2013

When Jancis wrote "Could 2011 be the vintage to put vintage port back on the fine wine map?", both our own Paul Symington and David Guimaraens of the Fladgate Partnership (makers of Taylor & Fonseca ports) wrote to Jancis - in this article she publishes their reflections on the future of Port and the Douro.

Tried & tasted: SFE's 2011 Vintage Ports, Sarah Ahmed, The Wine Detective (website)

May 1, 2013

Sarah's report on the Symington 2011 Vintage Ports, tasted in London the week of 22 April.  Fascinating to read her comments about the five component wines which made up the Graham's 2011 Vintage Port, alongside her note for the finished Graham's.

2011, uma colheita para a história do vinho do Porto, Pedro Garcias, Fugas (online)

April 30, 2013

"A euforia chegou ao Douro e às caves da Gaia" Euphoria has arrived in the Douro and cellars of Gaia with the declaration of the 2011 Vintage Ports, which look likely to last into the next century.  Pedro Garcias discusses the 2011 harvest year and the releases of several producers, particularly Symington Family Estates.  (in Portuguese)

Stone Terraces, um vintage para a memória futura, Manuel Carvalho, Fugas (print)

April 27, 2013

"...Stone Terraces, um vintage que provoca uma experiência sensorial única."  Graham's The Stone Terraces, "a Vintage which creates a unique sensory experience."  So writes Manuel Carvalho, one of Portugal's top wine writers and critics in Publico's Fugas magazine.  This PDF includes Manuel's article about Stone Terraces and also the print edition of Pedro Garcias' article about the 2011 Vintage Ports published 30 April on line (link above).  In Portuguese.

The Symington 2011 Ports, Jamie Goode, The Wine Anorak Blog (website)

April 23, 2013

UK wine writer Jamie Goode gives his first impressions of Symington Family Estates' 2011 Vintage Ports based on a tasting 22 April in London.

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