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Quarles Harris 1977

Alcohol by volume v/v (20º C): 20%
Total Acidity g/l tartaric acid: 4,30
Baumé: 3.0

Tasting Notes

SFE Tasting Room Team critic

SFE source
2008 tasting note year

Rich garnet colour. The wine has a magnificent bottle age bouquet and is exceptionally firm in the mouth. The tannins are beginning to soften but the excellent structure of the wine is immediately apparent on the palate. Excellent long finish.

James Suckling critic

Wine Spectator (magazine) source
2007 tasting note year

Medium ruby-garnet. Aromas of fresh cherry and hints of custard pie. Medium-bodied and medium sweet. It shows some alcohol and nutty character. At its peak; drink now.

Score: 87/100

James Suckling critic

Vintage Port (book, Suckling, 1990) source
1990 tasting note year

Incredibly intense fruit flavours make this exciting and attractive.  Ruby-red, with a concentrated nose of tomatoes and cassis, full-bodied, with round tannins and tons of velvety fruit flavours.

Michael Broadbent MW critic

Vintage Wine (book, Broadbent, 2002) source
1988 tasting note year

I was impressed and noted it as massive, 'well-stacked' in 1988.

More about Quarles Harris

To learn more about Quarles Harris here on The Vintage Port Site, read a concise Profile of the Quarles Harris Brand.

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