Selected tag: Quinta dos Malvedos

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.

Wines That Look Good at Fifty, Heather Dougherty

October 31, 2011

Wine writer and judge Heather Dougherty's article is an excellent introduction to Vintage and Quinta Vintage Ports, based on the Quinta Vintage Port tasting held in London with Johnny and Paul Symington.

Harpers Wine & Spirits Trade Review, Annie Krebiehl

October 25, 2011

Annie Krebiehl reports on the Quinta Vintage Port tasting hosted in London by Paul and Johnny Symington, confirming that the wines showed the variations in terroir across the Douro and were "a thoughtful reminder that we are apt to miss a lot by just concentrating on the ‘finest’ vintages or the highest scores. These wines showed immense complexity and true beauty – they spoke of soil and season and convinced with authenticity."

The Joy of Port, Quentin Sadler

October 24, 2011

UK wine educator, consultant and writer Quentin Sadler's blog on the Quinta Vintage Port tasting hosted by Johnny and Paul Symington in London includes an overview of the event and discussion as well as tasting notes for all 18 wines shown.

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