Dow's Quinta Senhora da Ribeira, Vintage Port 2022 En Primeur - Case of 3


75cl ALC 20%

A joyful nose of the warm Douro redolent of rock rose and menthol, roasted stones, fruit seeds and lush black fruits - all with super purity and freshness. A higher than typical percentage of Sousão brings a lovely juiciness; chalky, fine-grained tannins arrive early, and a pleasing sweetness doesn't fight with a natural lift and finesse. Lots of delicious red fruits here, some sappy touches, the whole is rather elegant and forward, and persistently fragrant with it.

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Portugal, Port, Single Quinta Vintage


Tinta Roriz, Touriga Francêsca, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Nacional

Sweet and rich



Cheese Selection




In 1798 Bruno da Silva set up a company in London to import Portuguese wines. In 1862 his son John bought into a partnership with Frederick Cosens.

Fifteen years later Silva & Cosens merged with the smaller Dow & Co, adopting the name of Dow due to its high reputation in the Port trade. They built up considerable holdings in the Douro including Quinta do Bomfim. The Symingtons had a stake in the company early in the twentieth century and became sole owners in 1961. In style the wines are drier than most, very tannic, but with pronounced fleshy fruit. Given 15 to 30 years aging the Vintage wines show great complexity. As at the other Symington properties Peter Symington has introduced robotic lagares.

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