After spending a couple of years in barrel, this late bottled Port has burst onto the scene at a great price. Hailing from the home of Port, it shows some bright, ripe black fruits amongst the Christmas cake aromas, and on the palate it is very rich and sumptuous with some solid tannins, bright acidity, and a dry, savoury-edged finish. It would be excellent with a slice of choccy cake.
Barros LBV Port is made by a careful selection of grapes and an extended maceration in order to obtain the necessary richness, colour and intensity needed for a LBV port.
Fermentation was arrested by adding grape alcohol in order to produce a naturally sweet wine, which was bottled after 4 years in cask.
Deep colour with aromas reminiscent of ripe berry fruits and mulberry.