Casa de Santa Eufêmia 20 Year Old Tawny

SKU #1218530

Produced in tiny quantities (only 60 cases per year!), from 30 hectares of vines--many of which are extremely old, heirloom varieties--it is no surprise that this 20-year-old tawny is our most expensive, but also, arguably, our very best! José Viseu Carvalho coaxes flavors both typical and unique out of his single quinta's exquisite tawny. A complex nose of sweet spices and the usual assortment of dried fruits also has an intriguing, celery seed savory side to it. The flavors are lush, spicy and palate coating, with cake batter, vanilla extract and clove. If it sounds rich and heady, this is tawny port and should be just that! It is easy to tell when a port winery takes their tawnies seriously; Casa de Santa Eufêmia is undoubtedly foremost among this group!

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