2011 Williams Selyem "Vista Verde Vineyard" Port San Benito County (375ml) (Previously $55)

SKU #1329482 93 points Wine Enthusiast

 Rich and roasty on the nose, this excellent Port-style wine shows aromas of cherry cordial, charred fennel, black sage and roast beef. The dense sip offers black cherry, espresso, blueberry jelly and thick chocolate flavors, enhanced by a hint of menthol and Scotch-like elements. *Editors’ Choice* (MK)  (3/2018)

K&L Notes

Winemaker's Notes: "Toffee, blackberry pie, and mulling spices counterpoint each other in this classically made port. Crafted from traditional Portuguese varieties, the 2011 Port offers a dizzying array of aromas and flavors. Perfectly balanced acidity and mature tannins meld with subtle flavors of molasses and dark chocolate before finishing with a surprising citrus lift. The perfect way to end a meal. Or, pair with Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s molten chocolate cake."

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