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2003 Quinta do Noval Vintage Port
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94 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - January/February 2006

($100) Saturated deep ruby. Sweet aromas of black cherry, cassis, licorice, molasses, minerals, toffee and violet. Dense, sweet and pliant, with outstanding precision and depth of flavor. Like the Silval, this boasts a seductively creamy texture. The explosive, mounting finish offers a fine dusting of ripe, suave tannins and great breadth. Deceptively easy to taste today owing to its finesse, but it's hard to believe that it won't shut down in bottle in the near future. This wine features a particularly high percentage of touriga nacional.

96 Points | Wine Spectator
95 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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by Grenache482481
Inky black. very concentrated wow. Drink now or wait? 97* points. (Leave upright and decant/filter to remove sediment before drinking)
Very Nice Port.
by Semillon386000
Like the little bottles as not to waste it with a small group. I would by this one again
by Kathy Brindle
Wow, the fruit just leaps from the glass! Black cherry, plum and a bit of dates. Super lush mouth feel, with lots of candied berry fruit and plum flavors. The finish went on and on and was delicious with the chocolate pecan pie and chocolate raspberry cheesecake we had for dessert. This wine will only get better as the years go by, but we couldn't wait! Obviously, I am getting a few more bottles to cellar.


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