Krohn Colheita 1983

We are dealing here with a really popular port wine! Krohn has been delivering great port wine for many years, and their Colheita Port series scores high marks across their vintages! The wine house Krohn was founded way back in 1865 by the two Norwegians Theodor Wiese and Dankert Krohn. The wine house has over the years developed from being a small company that focused on exporting port wine to the Scandinavian and German markets, to also cover many other European countries, and is generally internationally recognized for their port wine, especially this Colheita Port series, whose first bottle was produced in 1931. The winery is located in Porto, Portugal. The Colheita Port wines are probably the most recognized port wine series from Krohn. The wine has been aged for at least 7 years and is first bottled just before it leaves the vineyard, and which often happens much later than after 7 years. Therefore, the port wine also has its characteristic mahogany color, a fine and complex bouquet, silky texture and nutty taste impressions. This vintage from 1983 is also a really good vintage, and has also won some medals and Krohn has been bottled this in the year 2019. These include: GRAND GOLD MEDAL (Monde Selection 2008, Brussels) GOLD MEDAL (Challenge International du Vin 2011, Bourg, France) GOLD MEDAL (World Wine Selection Canada 2011, Quebec) The wine consists of the grapes Tinto Cao, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Francesa, Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz. These are the classic port wine grapes, and each contributes with unique properties, which create ideal conditions for a good port wine. Below you have a small overview of the different grapes and their properties.

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