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2007 Quinta do Noval Vintage Port
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96 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - January 2010

($100) Black ruby-purple color, one of the darkest colors of the vintage. Superripe, high-pitched, rather brooding aromas of black and red berries, bitter chocolate, flowers and spices. Hugely rich, sweet and mouthfilling yet at the same time savory, with uncanny verve for such a thick, silky wine; darker in character than the Silval. This saturates every millimeter of the palate with black fruit and spice flavors. Is any other 2007 this dense, deep and ripe? A wine of great intensity and persistence. (Incidentally, there is no Quinta do Noval Nacional from vintage 2007, as this vineyard "just did not sing," in the words of managing director Christian Seely.) (Vintus Wines, New York NY)

93 Points | Wine Spectator
91 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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by Parker 12879425
a smooth heavyweight
A beautiful young VP
by Trebbiano250749
This wine is a powerhouse now - full of fruit but with the stuffing to cellar for decades. My only regret is buying too few bottles!


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