1994 Quinta do Crasto Vintage Port

SKU #1078431 93 points Wine Spectator

 Wonderful concentration, with deep color and ripe fruit flavors accented by a hint of green bark. Full-bodied and moderately sweet, with big, chewy tannins, yet the finish is fine and elegant. A single quinta to watch in the future. Best after 2008.  (4/1997)

90-91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The opaque ruby/purple-colored, single quinta 1994 vintage port reveals plenty of smoky, jammy black fruits, licorice, and a touch of tar. Slightly sweet, rich, expansive, and full on the palate, with well-integrated alcohol and tannin, this 1994 should be ready to drink early in life, and last for twenty years.  (10/1996)

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