Port 2007

Port 2007

Awards, Ratings, & Reviews

Outstanding, "One could call this the Northwest's most honest Port-style wine for a variety of reasons, starting with Earl Jones' adherence to Portuguese varieties Tempranillo (53%), Bastardo (19%), Tinta Amarela (13%), Tinta Cáo (9%) and Touriga Naçional (6%). The experience opens with mature aromas of blueberry, black cherry and dark toast. Fruit, oak and alcohol already are adroitly integrated on the palate with rich blackberry, black cherry, blueberry and Belgian chocolate flavors." Wine Press Northwest

"a wine that any Port lover should experience, for I have not had a finer American version." Paul Gregutt, paulgregutt.com Full blog

Winemaker's Tasting Notes

Our dessert style wine was crafted from five traditional Douro wine grapes grown on our estate.

This opaque wine has aromas of dried figs, blackberries, raisins, plums, cocoa, and exotic spice. Fine grained tannins create rich texture and a lengthy finish.

Cellar for a decade to increase enjoyment and pair with a dark chocolate cake drizzled with an orange-raspberry sauce.

Technical Notes

Fruit Source: Abacela's Estate Fault Line Vineyards

Appellation: Umpqua Valley

Harvest Date: 22, 29 September 2007

At harvest: Sugar; 24.9° brix, pH; 3.59, TA; 6.23 grams/liter

Cooperage: neutral

At bottling: Sugar; 8.8%

Bottling date: 30 July 2009

Case Production: 400 (375 mL), 57 (750 mL)

Alcohol: 19% by volume

Release Date: 25 March 2010

S R P: $25.00 (375 mL)

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