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Em 2013, o sector do vinho do Porto acentuou o seu comportamento autofágico e que é o retrato do próprio país, mais desigual do que nunca, com uns quantos cada vez mais ricos e a maioria cada vez mais pobre. Graças ao enorme sucesso do Porto Vintage 2011, as grandes companhias obtiveram lucros fabulosos, mas, mesmo assim, de uma forma geral, reduziram os montantes a pagar aos agricultores por cada pipa de vinho do Porto comprada.
O presidente da Symington Family Estates, Paul Symington, e o crítico gastronómico do semanário “Expresso”, José Quitério, foram considerados “Personalidade do Ano”, no vinho e na gastronomia, respetivamente, pela revista WINE - A Essência do Vinho. A cerimónia de anúncio e entrega de prémios decorreu sexta-feira à noite, no espaço BH Foz, no Porto, perante duas centenas de convidados.
Tawny Ports, long a less popular sibling of their ruby cousins, are gaining new attention. Seeing potential in the category, top Port houses are producing high-quality, long-aged tawnies and marketing them to American and U.K. consumers.
Do people still collect Vintage Port? Vintage Port has traditionally been found in the cellars of wine collectors alongside the bottles and cases of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Barolo, Tuscans and Napa Cabernet. Long-time collectors are only now finishing their last bottles of 1963 and starting to pull the corks on their 1977 Vintage Ports.
Thanks to the remarkable triumph of the declaration of the 2011 vintage in spring – buyers were clamouring to swipe allocations of the very best names – high-end port is back on the agenda. An unexpected consequence of its return to glory is the rise of a style that’s a personal favourite of mine but which has previously sat on the port sidelines: colheita.
The Douro Valley may produce the world's most famous fortified wines, but this green, terraced canyon in northern Portugal has more going for it than sugary vino. Recent decades have seen a significant uptick in quality table wine varietals as the Douro moves from its port-dominated past toward a future that locals believe may see the region becoming an Iberian Napa and destination for oenotourists from all over the world.
While American culture in general is preoccupied with the here and now, wine devotees are well accustomed to thinking long term. Laying down bottles and monitoring their evolution are passions of true enthusiasts, and this year in particular has proven to be a wine collector’s dream. With so many wonderful releases from around the world—thanks to favorable vintage conditions in many iconic wine regions, as well as more competitively priced and available offerings across the board—the stars were aligned for those looking to build or restock a wine cellar in 2013.
O Vinho do Porto gerou um volume de negócios global de 236 milhões de euros entre Janeiro e Setembro, com as vendas no mercado interno a somaram 35 milhões, informou o Instituto dos Vinhos do Douro e Porto (IVDP).
Last week, I blind tasted 60 Ports from the 2011 vintage and was struck by the consistent high quality in the glass. There is no question that this vintage—which has been declared by all major Port producers as well as by many of the single quinta (estate) producers—is a stellar one.
The threat of rain has been constant during this last week. Charles and Henry Shotton have had to review daily the decision regarding the picking order of the various grape varieties. It has been like a game of musical chairs, trying not to get caught out by the weather and ensuring that our grapes are picked in the best possible condition.
The first wine that Dirk Niepoort ever made, back in 1990, was an old-vine blend of local Portuguese varieties, from a vineyard called Quinta do Carril in Portugal's Douro Valley. He called it Robustus. The name was apt: The wine was, as he recalls, "a monster." It was massive and powerfully tannic, almost overbearing in its intensity—but still, he felt, quite good. At the time, almost no one else in the Douro was making table wines. Port ruled the region, as it had since the 1700s. The Niepoort family business, which Dirk's father, Rolf, directed, was port.
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