Kopke, Fine Ruby Porto
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Reviews of purchase Kopke, Fine Ruby Porto
Porto caramel color with terracotta highlights.
Port wine taste is very soft, full-bodied, rounded and well-balanced.
Port wine has a pleasant aroma with hints of honey, candied fruits, raisins, figs, almonds and vanilla.
With port wine go well with desserts, cakes, soft cheeses, ice cream.
Kopke, Fine Tawny Porto - blended port, aged in oak barrels for about four years. Autochthonous varieties of Portuguese grapes for its production are grown in different terroirs of the Douro region, which has long thrived viticulture and winemaking. Harvested by hand at the end of September and in October and transported to the winery in small boxes. Grapes separated from the ridges and crushed. The fermentation and maceration take place in stainless steel vats at a temperature of 28-30 ° C. The fermentation of the base wine is stopped by the addition of high-grade grape alcohol. This raises the alcohol content and kills yeast. Number unfermented sugars remaining in wort dictates sweet wine. Tony port wine - this is the style of fortified wine, which takes its name from the amber-brown color (Tawny). The distinctive color, aroma and flavor of port finally formed after a few years of aging.
Digging, Fine Tawny Port - titled port, received the highest number of awards, including the gold medal contest "Decanter World Wine Awards" and the "International Wine & Spirit Competition", competitions trophies "Decanter World Wine Awards" and "Daejeon Wine Trophy".
Founded in 1638 by Christian Kopka and his son Kopke company is the oldest manufacturer and exporter of port. At the end of XIX century the company was sold Bohane family, and in 1953 Barros family, whose leader was then Manuel Barros, Copco bought the company. In June 2006, a group Sogevinus Fine Wines expands its presence in the port sector through the acquisition of the company Kopke. Currently Copco is the oldest brand of Portuguese port.
"Sogevinus" brings together companies involved in the production of alcoholic beverages in the Douro region. Particular attention is paid group of vineyards and the production of high-quality raw materials. The vineyards are located in a hilly area Meseta, closed from the Atlantic sea to the west by mountains, which provides it with the unique climatic conditions. Today "Sogevinus Fine Wines" offers one of the large range of products in the alcohol market in Portugal. Drinks company repeatedly awarded gold, silver and bronze medals and high scores in international competitions and exhibitions.