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Quinta da Pedra Alta Alta No.10 Ten Year Old Tawny Port 50cl

Quinta Da Pedra Alta Alta No.10 Ten Year Old Tawny Port 50Cl

Type Fortified
Grapes Tempranillo, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional
Country/Region Portugal, Douro
Food pairing Dessert, Cheese
Alcohol 19.5%
Product number: 308209
£25.00
Price per bottle of 50cl
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Alta No. 10' is an elegant, rich, complex Tawny Port, made in our traditional granite lagars, aged in old casks and ready to drink now. Serve slightly chilled as an aperitif and as a perfect accompaniment to chocolate desserts or strong cheese.
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About the Vineyard

Quinta da Pedra Alta is located in Soutelinho-Favaios near Alijó in the Cima Corgo sub region of the Douro Valley above the Pinhão River. The property has a long history dating back to at least the late 18th century and contains 3 of the granite markers (Feitoria) that were put in place for the demarcation of the Port region (1758 to 1761). Quinta da Pedra Alta is the only single Quinta with 3 of these Feitoria and the area has always produced grapes for high quality ports. Following a renovation project that took place in the mid-90s / early 2000s they began to make DOC Douro table wines. Pedra Alta was purchased just ahead of the 2018 harvest by the new owners who have the intention of helping our winemaker, João Pires, realise the full potential of this amazing piece of land. Our 35 ha of vineyards sit between 230 and 550 metres above the sea level and are planted on different faces of the hills. This combination of variation of altitude and exposure to the sun helps to give perfect balance and complexity in our wines. On our terraces you will find vines which are more than 40 years old, alongside more recent plantings. We grow only indigenous and traditional Douro grapes that are blended to produce our range of still wines and ports.

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