Wine Warre’s Vintage Port 1970
Wine of deep garnet color.
The wine has a sweet, juicy and full of flavor with a strong character, good body, tones roses and raisins. Excellent balance and excellent tannins.
The wine has an intense aroma with notes of ripe fruit and delicate floral notes, including particularly noticeable forest violet.
Wine is in itself, and also goes well with cheese (cream or mold), as well as many desserts.
Company Warre's has always been a leading manufacturer of vintage port. In the late 19th, early 20th century produced Warre's greatest and unforgettable vintages: 1870, 1887, 1896, 1904 great, the legendary 1908 and many others who played an important role in the recognition of some of the best bottles of port wine. In recent growth Uor'c confirmed great wines in 2000 and 2003, gained worldwide recognition. Warre's Vintage port wines are matchless in terms of its balance and elegance, unmatched style that is created on two vineyards: Quinta da Kavadinya and Quinta do Retiro antigens that very well complement each other. Grapes with Kavadini gives freshness, floral aromas, excellent acidity, Retiro Antigo is located in a warm area, old vines grow here, thanks to this wine is saturated, concentrated and complex. Vintage port Uor'c made only in exceptional years. Warre's Vintage Port 1970 marked the 300th anniversary of Warre`s. Awards and ratings:
Vintage 1955 - 5 stars by Michael Broadbent;
Vintage 1963 - 4 stars from Michael Broadbent, 92 points from James Suckling;
vintage 1966 - 91 points from James Suckling;
Vintage 1970 - 5 stars by Michael Broadbent, 18.5 points from Richard Mayson, World of Fine Wine, «Very Good / Delicious» by Dorothy Gaiter / John Brecker;
vintage 1977 - 92 points from James Suckling, 17 points from Clive Coates, 4 stars by Serena Sutcliffe;
vintage 1980 - Silver Medal at the International Wine Challenge contest in 2006, 18 points from Andrew Jefford, 4 stars from Michael Broadbent, 93 points from Wine;
Vintage 1983 - 4 stars from Michael Broadbent;
vintage 1985 - 18 points from Andrew Jefford, 91 points from James Suckling;
vintage 1991 - 91 points from James Suckling;
Vintage 1994 - Gold Medal at the International Wine Challenge Competition 2003 21/25 score from Andrew Jefford, 17.5 points by Clive Coates, 5 stars by Michael Broadbent;
Vintage 1997 - 17.5 points from Clive Coates, 94 points from James Suckling, 94 points from Roger Voss, 5 stars by Michael Broadbent;
Vintage 2000 - Gold medal and award Port Trophy and Fortified Wine Trophy competition at International Wine Challenge 2003 of 5 stars by Michael Broadbent, 91 points from James Suckling, 96 points from Charles Metcalfe;
vintage 2003 - 93 points from Pierre Rovani, 93 points from Roy Hersh, became a "best wines of 2003" by Richard Mayson.