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      Princesa, Douro DOC – 2018

      The Wine Advocate
      90 Points

      A bigger and more powerful wine than the regular 2016 (although that had two years more in the bottle), this is fairly intense and less evolved. It maintains many of the other themes, including reasonable mid-palate finesse (although the 2016 wins there), good structure and perhaps a high-toned hint, although not really an issue here. (I'm wondering if perhaps there is something in the grape blend producing that.) Overall, this is very well crafted with a refined feel.

      Mark Squires, September 2021
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      20 Years Old Tawny Port, Porto

      The Wine Advocate
      90 Points

      Much along the same lines of the 2020 release I saw last year, this is a gentle 20-Year with a hit of sugar and a very youthful feel. The extra year in bottle has tamed the sugar just a bit, so this does seem a little better balanced now. That extra year doesn't change the rest of the picture, though. This remains very gentle and understated, perhaps even more so. There's not a lot of power, but it has enough depth to balance the fruit and sugar.

      Mark Squires, September 2021
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      20 Years Old Tawny Port, Porto

      JancisRobinson.com
      17 Points

      More obviously tawny in colour than the 10 Year Old. More complex aromas too. Dried fruits and candied peel but also a more nutty quality with caramelised fruit. Rich, deep and beautifully fresh on the palate with an intense flavour of caramelised orange and orange peel. Excellent integration of the spirit here, mouth-filling but finishes fresh even with all that sweetness. Very long. Impressive.

      Julia Harding MW, September 2021
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      Grande Reserva, Douro DOC – 2016

      JancisRobinson.com
      16.5+ Points

      Very dark like the skins of black cherries. Complex aroma of black fruit, dried cherry, the beginning of a leathery aroma. Smooth and dense on the palate, the tannins thick and smooth. Still very youthful, and at the tipping point between fresh fruit and bottle-aged flavours. Chewy, generous, rich.

      Julia Harding MW, September 2021
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