RAMOS PINTO Tawny Quinta de Ervamoira 500ml

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  • Ramos Pinto fortified wine
  • Country of Origin: Portugal
  • Douro region
  • Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Franca
  • 19.5% ABV
  • 500ml


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    Please note that the image shown may not be representative of the stated vintage.
Product Code: 1571794
Ref: 414-82039011-122100FP

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With notes of dried fruits, nuts, chocolate and vanilla, this makes a good match for Christmas cake or mince pies, or even served chilled as an aperitif. Ramos Pintos was founded in 1880 by Adriano Ramos Pinto; it rapidly became noted, for its innovation. As well as the traditional markets in Europe it was one of the first port houses to export to South America. Throughout the years it has continued this evolution and forward thinking. The ports themselves are complex and multilayered, and with their modern labels they certainly stand out from the crowd.

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