O Produtor, tasting note published in May 28th 2019
Intense brown colour with a halo brick, exquisitely illustrating its longevity. It has a very interesting bouquet of dried fruit, with pronounced notes of smoke. Silky and delicate on the palate. It has an excellent structure and sophisticated elegance, with flavours of plum, fig and vanilla, forming a unique and divine style. End of great persistence.
C.N. Kopke is the oldest Port Wine company. It was founded in 1638 by Cristiano Kopke and his son, Nicolau Kopke who had come to Portugal as a Consul of the Hanseatic League. Adding 4 centuries of success in the world of Port wines, the brand Kopke, acquired in 2006 by the Sogevinus group, is today a prestigious reference, maintaining the quality objectives that have guided it in the market over the years, being especially recognized in Colheita Ports, with high notoriety in the sector. Limited to existing stock. In the case of the wine you have purchased staying out of stock, we will contact you to propose a different wine, or to return the amount paid. Promotions on wines cannot be accumulated with other discounts or coupons.
Sogevinus Fine Wines Group focuses its activity on the production and commercialization of high quality Port wines and Douro D.O.C* wines. (D.O.C* – Denomination of Controlled Origin, similar to the French A.O.C). Our main goal is to promote dynamism and excellence from the vineyards to the customer’s table. An expanded universe of secular Port Wine and Douro D.O.C brands, and a set of info structures for tourism and production that support our activity, complete the scenery of this Portuguese holding company.
About Sogevinus: The continuing commitment to quality and Excellency was crucial to face a constantly developing business sector. The results are plain to see: today, Sogevinus is a company that offers one of the most extensive ranges of products, and takes the lead in the category of “Colheita” Port Wine.
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