O Produtor, tasting note published in May 15th 2021
With vibrant flavours of ripe cherry and raspberry, with lovely hints of honey and grapefruit, and a deliciously dry finish. A versatile alternative to be enjoyed on a sophisticated occasion or in a more relaxed manner.
Original, unique and innovative, Croft Pink was the first pink Port wine. The addition of tonic water created a fresh and dynamic drink.
One of the original Port wine houses. The origin of Croft dates back to 1588 when the company was established in England by Henry Thompson, a member of the Merchants Company of York. The Croft family, who joined the firm in 1736 and gave it its its present name, played a very prestigious role in the Port wine business. A book recently published by the firm by the firm after recent research work, has revealed the long and fascinating history of the company. Croft’s reputation as a producer of Vintage Port comes largely from its ownership of Quinta da Roêda, one of the finest quintas in the Douro Valley. best quintas in the Douro valley and its legendary wines such as Croft 1945, recognized as one of the best of that historic year. of that historic year. In September 2001, Croft became part of The Fladgate Partnership, the family group that owns the famous houses Taylor’s and Fonseca.