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Vintage 2013 ūüáļūüáł

Vintage 2013 ūüáļūüáł

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Selected Awards

SILVER - Decanter World Wine Awards

90 points - Mark Squires - Robert Parker: The Wine Advocate

SILVER - San Francisco International Wine Competition Best of Portugal


Year - 2013, a non-classic Vintage from a hot year with some tricky rain in September which Quinta do Tedo "escaped" (being located in the heart of Douro Valley's dryer Cima Corgo, the prime terroir for red Port wine and where the most Vintage Ports are declared from).

Grapes - 18+ grape varieties, dominated by Touriga Nacional, from our estate's old (40+-year-old) field blended vines.

Terroir - schist soil, Mediterranean climate (low yearly rainfall and dry, hot summers), grade A classified vineyards. 

Winemaking - hand-picked, estate-grown grapes undergo pre-fermentation line-up maceration with foot-treading in traditional lagares for 3 days followed by 3 days of temperature-controlled fermentation to more slowly extract the grapes' soft tannins, complex aromas, and rich colors. These characteristics are preserved while aging in minimal contact with oxygen in large 7000 liter (1850 gallon) foudres before being Vintage-quality approved by the IVDP and bottled, unfiltered, within 2 years of the harvest to, ideally, age for 10+ years in bottle. 

Annual Production - 4,000 bottles

Alcohol - 19.5%


See - deep ruby with brownish highlights.

Smell - black fruit (mature blackberries, black prunes, and black cherries); elegant and complex.  

Sip - soft, generous, and dense blackberry with a touch of oak; as well as velvety tannins offering a mild, long, and persistent finish.

Enjoy -¬†now¬†or by 2025+,¬†cool (15¬įC/60¬įF), on its own¬†or in the company of¬†dark chocolate cakes, strong cheeses, friends, family, and other Vintage Port Wine aficionados/as!

Did you know? Port wines can accompany an entire meal! Younger Vintages, LBVs, and Rubies are especially suited for richer meats, strong-flavored game, and fowl, pungent aged cheeses, or those from the blue family, and chocolate, coffee or nut desserts. With 20+ years (a Tawny, or older Vintage or LBV) the Port wine takes on softer tannins and more elegance and pairs well with more delicate and creamy foods (even fish!) Do inquire about food pairing tips, we love sharing our kitchen and dining room Port wine adventures!