A dark plain bottle of the slightly slender kind (closer to the Bordeaux type than the Burgundy type) and a long stopper of natural cork. This is how we meet the vast majority of Vintage port wines, and there are good reasons for this. But this has not always been the case - and who knows, maybe there are good or even better alternatives? At the Port Wine Fair in Roskilde the other day, Oscar Quevedo presented a beautiful wooden box with four different editions of Quevedos Vintage 2014: A normal bottle with a cork as a reference wine A normal bottle with a plastic stopper A normal bottle with a metal screw cap A more compact bottle (a so-called pot bottle) with cork.
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