Croft is one of the most distinguished of all port wine houses. The Croft company is renewed above all for its vintage ports as well as for its range of wood aged reserves and tawnies.
Croft Vintage 2000 presents full-bodied, very firm in structure with a little more austerity than usual
Croft is one of the most distinguished of all Port houses
Croft Vintage 2011 presents beautiful aromas of violets and blueberries with hints of blue slate. Full body, medium sweet with chewy tannins and a long, long finish. A leafy, stemmy, nutty undertone to this with hints of shaved milk chocolate. Very refined and beautiful
Quinta da Roeda Vintage 2012 presents lots of ripe and dried fruit aromas with hints of blackberries and schist that give a flinty undertone. Full to medium body, medium sweet, very fine tannins and integrated fruit. There’s a long and plummy aftertaste too. Full of finesse and beauty for a new vintage Port
This 2015 Vintage presents a typical Quinta da Roêda Vintage Port nose made up of a rich plump dark berry compote infused with exotic notes of ripe tropical fruit and the subtle pungency of wild herbs. Warm notes of liquorice, dark chocolate and spice contribute to the wine’s opulent character. The palate is smooth, round and full of rich, jammy flavour