Wine Warre's Warrior Porto DOC
Wine of deep purple color with a ruby rim.
The wine has a concentrated, deep, full of flavor with hints of black currant, cherry, plum, mint and chocolate. Stable structure, tremendous length, pronounced tannins. Aftertaste - long and complex.
The wine has an intense aroma with notes of red fruits and spices.
Delicious wine as a digestif for submission to the end of the meal. It goes well with desserts (especially chocolate), dried fruits, nuts, cheeses.
Warrior - the oldest port wine brand in the world, is continuously supplied to the market with the 1750s. Warrior name appeared on the flanks of the best vintage ports since the inception of the company. The traditional style of wine has remained unchanged for centuries: Warrior - is full-bodied, rich wine with excellent balance. For his production company chief winemaker Peter Symington selects the best, rich and fruity port wines Reserve, which are placed in oak barrels to achieve excellent maturity, then port is bottled. This creates a Warre's Warrior, marked by numerous awards, one of the best port, available for daily use. Awards:
- Gold Medal at the International Wine Challenge 2009;
- Silver medal and the title of "best in class" in the International Wine and Spirit Competition in 2009;
- Silver medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2006;
- Gold Medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2005.
Warre`s company was founded in Portugal in 1670, it is the first British company, which became the founder of the great traditions in the production of high-port.
V1729 year in Oporto comes RBM William (William Warre), his descendants lived in Portugal and engaged in the production of port over the next 200 years. And that they have created a company Warre's powerful empire began Symington.
In 1882, Andrew James Symington (Symington) arrives in Oporto and a few years later joined the company Warre's. Two families jointly ran the company until the 60s of the 20th century, while the family Warre decides to sell its stake Symington.
Today, Warre's wholly owned and managed by the fourth generation of the family Symington, who grow grapes, engaged in the production, aging and bottling firm port.
The company owns the best vineyards: Quinta da Kavadinya, Quinta do Retiro Antigo and Quinta da Telhada located in the Douro Valley. Each family member has Symington vineyard, which he manages.
The company produces outstanding Warre's port wines with great structure, strength and delicate aroma. They have an extremely fresh, elegant style and are known worldwide for their superior quality. According to the conventional method, the manufacture of bottles of port 15% of the grapes choked down. About 60% of producing vintage ports are classified as premium. Vintage port companies are among the best in the world, which is confirmed by awards at international competitions and exhibitions.