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Taylors Vintage Port 1992

TAYL030
Regarded as the benchmark for Port wines, Taylors arguably sits alone at the top of a very crowded tree when it comes to quality and structure of wines. Founded in 1692, this family owned company makes wines of great richness, robust firm character and ethereal character, capable of longevity and delectable richness.
Vintage:
1992
Size:
75cl
Main Grape:
Grape Mix:
Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesa, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Cão, Tinta Amarela
Genre:
Style:
Sweet
ABV:
21%
Producer:
Region:
Country:
Portugal
Body:
Rich and full flavoured
Drinking Window:
Drink now
Closure Type:
Cork
£149.00
 

Taylor's Port

For many, Taylor’s is the archetypal Port house and its wines the quintessential Ports. Established over three centuries ago in 1692, Taylor’s is one of the oldest of the founding Port houses. It is dedicated entirely to the production of Port wine and in particular to its finest styles. Based in Oporto and the Douro Valley the company is closely involved in all stages of the production of its Ports, from the planting of the vineyard and the cultivation of the grapes to the making, ageing, blending and bottling of the wines. The family’s commitment to the future of Port is demonstrated in its single minded dedication to the highest standards in Port production, its continued investment in all aspects of the firm’s operations and its determination to preserve the unique environment of the Douro Valley through the promotion of sustainable and responsible viticulture.

Tasting Notes

“Wow. The nose is incredibly intense, a ravishing pot-pourri of scents: black cherries, raspberry, cassis and vanilla pod all with amazing delineation. I will have to employ my off used phrase -controlled opulence-. The palate is full-bodied with layers of pure black fruits with beautifully defined tannins, vibrant acidity, immense power but the same level of control. Pure blueberry, liquorices and crushed violets towards the finish with a citrus undertow…it will surely rank alongside the likes of the '35 and the '48 in years to come. An immense achievement.” RobertParker.com (May 2008)

Food Matches

Enjoy this wine with stilton, blue veined French cheese, walnuts or a treacle tart.