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Kopke White Colheita Port 2003 75cl

by Kopke
Original price £59.95 - Original price £59.95
Original price
£59.95 - £59.95
Current price £59.95
Key Info

Country: Portugal

Region: Douro

Grapes: Blend

Brand: Kopke

Style: Colheita Port

Vintage: 2003

Size: 75cl

ABV: 20%

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Kopke White Colheita Port 2003

  • Intense golden-yellow colour
  • On the nose, it is discreet and delicate, laden with notes of dried fruit, cherries in syrup and subtle molasses
  • Vivid and rich in the mouth, it shows excellent structure and assertive vigour
  • Its elegance lingers into an unctuous and distinct finish

Pair Kopke white colheita port 2003 with an almond, lemon and poppy seed cake, or milk and hazelnut chocolate nocciolato with basil ice cream. Wonderful just on its own, after a meal. Store in bottle for as little time as possible, and drink soon after purchase, preferably between 2 to 6 months. Best served at a temperature between 8 and 10°C.

Store in a cool and dry place, shelter from light and temperature fluctuations, and keep the in an upright position. Over time, it is natural that sediment will form at the bottom of a bottle of Port wine.

Its fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats, where the grapes macerate, churning with their skins on, at temperatures between 16-18ºC, to produce a white wine with colour and structure that can sustain a prolonged ageing in oak.

The fermentation is halted by introducing grape brandy, creating the fortified wine. A wine of high quality, made from one single harvest. A colheita wine matures in oak barrels for periods of time that can vary, but never less than 7 years. Bottling takes place according to the demands of the market.