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Warres Warrior Port CONFIRM VINTAGE

Touriga & Tinto Douro Portugal
Warrior is the oldest marque of Port, having been shipped continuously since the 1750s. The name Warrior was branded on the casks of Warre's finest Reserve Ports since the earliest days of the firm. The traditional style has been maintained over the years and it is today a classic full bodied fortified wine with wonderful richness and balance. Warrior is drawn from Quinta da Cavadinha and Quinta do Retiro Antigo, Warre's finest quintas in the Pinhão and Rio Torto valleys, vineyards which have long been the source of fruit for Warre's Vintage Ports.
Available in cartons of six
Case of 6
$269.50
Warre's Vintage Ports are renowned the world over for their excellence and are consistently placed amongst the best in comparative tastings. Barrels of particularly rich and fruity Reserve Port are set aside for maturation under the lodges at Vila Nova de Gaia. When the wines have reached perfect maturity, they are assembled into Warre's Warrior, one of the finest Ports anywhere in the world available for everyday drinking.
Dark red colour. Seductive rich perfume of ripe plums and cherry. Complex palate with an excellent structure and long lingering finish. Delicious served at the end of a meal, with rich, nutty or chocolate desserts, as well as strong cheeses. Although usually served at room temperature, Warrior is equally delicious slightly chilled in warmer weather.
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