Warre's "Warrior" Port

SKU #240027 Decanter

 *Outstanding* Excellent, bright deep ruby. Clean, fresh and fruity nose. Good clean, lively palate with lots of fruit and some tannin. Well made; good structure.

Wine Spectator

 Ripe, featuring exuberant, well-sculpted dark plum and dark cherry flavors. Finishes with chocolate and dried raspberry. Very zesty. Drink now.  (12/2010)

K&L Notes

Aged in seasoned oak casks for 4 to 5 years before being drawn off and bottled following a light filtration, this Port is ready for immediate drinking and does not require any decanting or ageing. With dark, intense fruit, a deep red color, with intensely rich aromas of ripe red fruits and spices. On the palate well balanced and full-bodied, with a long and complex finish. A superb Port in the traditional style and one of the finest available for everyday drinking.

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