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Quinta do Noval 20 Year Old Tawny Port
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$66.99
750ml Bottle
$381.84
Case of 6
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Item #331397
Size: 750ml
Type: Fortified Wine
Varietal: Port
Country: Portugal
Region: Douro

"My favorite of the three tawnys reviewed in this segment is the 20 Year Old Tawny. It offers an amber color, a spicy, tobacco, cedary, smoky, complex nose, dense, rich flavors that belie the color's aged, feeble look, and an expansive personality. It is a classic example of how delicious and complex a 20 year old tawny port can be." Reviewed by Robert Parker.

Reviewed by: The Wine Advocate - 91pts


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