1992 Churchill "Quinta da Agua Alta" Vintage Port

SKU #1259994 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Churchill's 1992 Agua Alta is a big, thick, chocolatey, blockbuster-styled vintage port, with considerable tannin, superb flavor extraction, massive body, and huge length. It will require 5-6 years of aging, but patience will be rewarded; this wine will prove to be a stunning example of the 1992 vintage and last for 25-30 years. (RP)  (2/1995)

K&L Notes

Agua Alta is a single-quinta bottling, representing an important terroir for the Churchill estate. It would be included in the estate's vintage port in declared vintages, but is special enough to bottle separately in non-declared vintages.

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