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NV Rozes - Tawny Port 40 Year Old Port Blend - Portugal - Douro - Red

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Portugal - Douro

Red Port Blend
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Comm: 2009-2016

Author Nyles
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.734%
Tasted On 10/02/2011
Drink Dates 2009-2016

Rozes, Dom Rozes 40 Year Plus Tawny Port Dom Rozes sits at the apex of the Rozes portfolio. Crafted from ports over 40 years old, Dom Rozes is an authentic piece of art. It offers intense and penetrating aroma, characterized by coffee, dry figs and nutmeg nuts. Soft and round on the palate, it is a port for the true aficionado.

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