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Ramos Pinto Tawny 10 Years RP 10 750 ml

Country: Portugal /

Region: Douro /

Style: Wine /

Size: 750 ml /

Vintage: 10 Year /

Sku: 9352

The Wine Spectator92 Points
Wine & Spirits92 Points
The Wine Advocate91 Points
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This tawny is a blend with an average age of 10 years. We are now entering the complex world of an aged tawny. Its brick-red, even golden shades transport us to the Orient of spices, piquant and exotic aromas, with all its mysteries. This is where the magical path towards the 20 Years and the 30 Years begins. Its body and its richness of flavour transport us to the place where it was created. It is in this mystical, biblical landscape that this wine is extracted from the schist, from the silence, for our delight.

Delicious as an aperitif or after dinner with chocolate, not-too-sweet desserts, milk or cream based desserts, and cheeses. It matches especially well with dried fruits or nut cakes and tortes.

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The Wine Spectator92 Points
Wine & Spirits92 Points
The Wine Advocate91 Points
WS The Wine Spectator: 92 Points
Redolent of cherry tart, dried black fig and plum pudding flavors, with accents of hazelnut. The fruity finish is loaded with Asian spice and dark chocolate notes
W&S Wine & Spirits: 92 Points
The brightness of this wine comes across in a glaze of sweetness, like the brûlée on the top of the crème. The fruit, grown at a vineyard in the arid Douro Superior, still carries a touch of schisty tannins, along with notes of fresh orange and green fig. This is sleek and elegant, a 10-year-old with energy, gracefully mellowing into the complex notes of older wines that last.
WA The Wine Advocate: 91 Points
Beautifully focused and balanced, this has fine mid-palate weight for the category and a complex medley of concentrated flavors on the finish. Quite gripping, it is beautifully done and rather impressive, while always remaining graceful and impeccably balanced. There is very respectable tension on the finish, too, that enlivens the wine. Taste this in isolation and you'll think my score is pretty stingy, but remember that there does need to be some headroom when we step up to the long-aged Tawny treasures.