Total Oporto Lagrima Sweet White Port

Winemaking Process: Experience the essence of Portugal's winemaking heritage with Porto Lágrima, a masterpiece from the renowned DOC Douro region. Crafted with a blend of Malvasia Fina, Donzelinho, Viosinho, and Gouveio grapes, this port wine encapsulates the spirit of the world's oldest Demarcated Wine Region. The traditional art of port production is carefully followed, with fermentation initiated in stainless steel vats, followed by a pause through the addition of brandy to preserve natural sugars. This meticulous process results in a luxurious, licorice-textured white Port, aged for three years in oak vats, culminating in a limited production of 6,000 exclusive 750ml bottles. Tasting Notes: Porto Lágrima presents a radiant golden color, reflecting its rich concentration and texture. The aroma captivates with an intense, harmonious blend of raisin notes and oak nuances, a testament to its meticulous aging. On the palate, this lusciously sweet Port delivers an array of fruit flavors that dance gracefully, culminating in a long-lasting finish that leaves a memorable impression. Each sip of Porto Lágrima embodies the dedication to craftsmanship and the authentic flavors of Portugal's viticultural heritage. Food Pairing: Savor the extraordinary flavors of Porto Lágrima by serving it slightly chilled at 10°C. This exquisite white Port finds its perfect companions in the world of gastronomy. Elevate your dining experience by pairing it with Foie Gras, a true delicacy, or indulge in the timeless pleasure of crème brûlée. The Port's sweet and luscious character beautifully complements the richness of these dishes, creating an unforgettable harmony of tastes. Discover the art of pairing with Porto Lágrima, where each sip is a celebration of Portugal's winemaking tradition.

Product Number: 24
Wine Producer: Real Companhia Velha
Vintage: NV
Region / Appellation: Douro
Country: Portugal
Wine Colour: White
Wine Style: Fortified
RRP Bottle Price (£): 20.86
Is this wine new to the UK?: Yes