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Quinta de Roriz 2011

Release Notes

Quinta de Roriz 2011 Vintage Port is the first to be made by Prats & Symington, who purchased the quinta in 2009.

The varietals in the blend include 42% Touriga Nacional and 28% Touriga Franca, as well as two more unusual but classic Port grapes:  18% Tinta Francisca and 12% Sousão.

The Quinta de Roriz 2011 Vintage Port has a powerful, floral nose with hints of tar and green tobacco.  On the palate there is fresh blackberry and red plum, finishing with liquorice and mineral elements.

Production:  350 cases (4,200 bottles 75cl)
Winemakers: Charles Symington and Luis Coelho

Alcohol by volume:  20% v/v (20ºC)
Total acidity:  4.10 (g/l)
Baumé:  3.50

Tasting Notes

Jamie Goode critic source
2013 tasting note year

Dense, spicy and vivid with red cherry and blackberry fruit. Nicely structured and dense with a spicy finish.

Score: 92–94/100

Richard Mayson critic source
2013 tasting note year

Super-ripe warm country fruit, slightly raisiny on the nose, liquorice concentration with a good tannic superstructure lasting on to the finish.  Complete.  2030 - 2050

Score: 4 Stars, 17.5 Points

More about Quinta de Roriz

To learn more about Quinta de Roriz here on The Vintage Port Site, read a concise Profile of the Quinta de Roriz Brand and the detailed viticultural profile of Quinta de Roriz.  If you would like to learn even more about Quinta de Roriz, which is the home of Prats + Symington, makers of fine Douro DOC wines as well as Vintage Port, visit the Chryseia website.

See details of other years in which this wine was made

  1. 2007
  2. 2006
  3. 2005
  4. 2004
  5. 2003
  6. 2002
  7. 2001
  8. 2000
  9. 1999

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