Real Companhia Vinícola do Norte de Portugal (RCVNP) Garrafeira 1917
Bottle in good condition.
Port oxidizes far more slowly in glass than in wood. There is no definition of what a Garrafeira Port tastes like, (the IVDP does not define it) but it is easiest to think in terms of a combination of the silkiness of an oxidative tawny style of Colheita with the opulence of Vintage Port which is reductive, as a bottle-aged wine.
Real Vinicola has the longest continuous history of any of today’s producers of Douro wines. Founded in 1889 under contract with the Portuguese government, it was entrusted with the task of selling wines from various regions in northern Portugal, including Douro red wines and Port wines. Quinta do Sibio was known as Quinta do Jordão and was planted by José Joaquim Pereira Jordão in the 1860s and 1870s. The quinta was in the hands of the Jordão family until 1934 when Real Vinícola purchased it. Real Vinicola was acquired by Real Companhia Velha in 1963.
- Fabricant, nom du vin
- Real Vinicola
- Garrafeira Port
- Nombre de bouteilles
- Taille de bouteille
- Bouteille (0,75 l)
- Niveau de la bouteille
- Type de bouteille Bordeaux, niveau de remplissage bas goulot
- État de la capsule/du bouchon
- Capsule métallique entièrement intacte
- État de l’étiquette
- Étiquette intacte et lisible