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Tawny Port Wine

Sandeman Porto Tawny 20 Years Old

A Tawny Port Wine

Port Wine
Latest Accolades

Specially selected Ports are chosen for ageing in wooden casks, which concentrates their fruit and flavour. The colour matures from deep ruby through to amber, producing a rare and delicious Tawny Port. Maturity and fruit are harmoniously balanced, creating the perfect conclusion to a meal and the inspiration for good conversation.

Tasting Notes

A rich yet elegant combination of flavours - dried apricots, honey, nuts, spices, vanilla - creates an endlessly complex wine that unfolds smoothly and develops in the mouth.

Technical Details

DESIGNATION OF ORIGINDOC Porto
REGIONDouro
ALCOHOL20%
TOTAL SUGARS115 g/L
TOTAL ACIDITY5 g/L(Tartic Acid)
pH3,55

Nutritional Information

PER SERVING SIZE 100 mL. PER SERVING SIZE 60 mL.
  • Alcohol 15,9 g
    Alcohol 9,5 g
  • Calories 165kcal|689kJ
    Calories 99kcal|414kJ
  • Sugars 12,0 g
    Sugars 7,2 g
Others
  • SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS No
    SUITABLE FOR VEGAN No
  • Gluten-Free
    Allergens Contains sulfites
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Winemaking

Sandeman Porto Tawny 20 Years Old is produced by the traditional Porto Wine method. The hand-picked grapes undergo stalk-removal and crushing before fermentation, under controlled temperature, with skin maceration so as to extract the best components. The addition of wine alcohol at the ideal moment sets the balance between the wine´s body and bouquet.

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Maturation

After the harvest, the wines remain in the Douro. On the following Spring, they will be moved to Vila Nova de Gaia and enter Sandeman's centuries-old lodges for ageing in oak wood casks. The outstanding wines selected for this Sandeman Porto Tawny 20 Years Old are carefully tasted and analysed, racked from lees and all corrections deemed necessary by the tasters are carried out. The final blend results from a strict selection of wines aged between 15 and 40 years, masterfully combined in a unique identity, style and consistency.

Storage

The bottle should be kept upright, protected from light and humidity, at a constant temperature of 16°C-18°C.

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Serve

Sandeman Porto Tawny 20 Years Old is ready for drinking and does not require decanting but benefits from aeration. Once open, it should be consumed within 2-3 months. Serve between 12°C-16°C.

Enjoy

It is delightful when served slightly chilled as a stylish accompaniment to a rich appetiser such as foie-gras, a strong cheese quiche, salty vol-au-vents or a seafood gratin. Perfect with selected desserts such as a crème brûlée or a tarte tatin, dried fruits or simply a fresh peach. An elegant aperitif when served chilled.

Sandeman Tawny 20Anos

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AWARDS & RATINGS

Sandeman Porto Tawny 20 Years Old
28 Accolades

Awards
  • Silver
    Decanter World Wine Awards Decanter World Wine Awards 2020
  • Gold
    International Wine Challenge International Wine Challenge 2019
  • 95 /100 Points
    Wine Enthusiast Wine Enthusiast 2019
  • 16 /20 Points
    Jancis Robinson Jancis Robinson 2019
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