Porto Vintage 2000
Porto Vintage 2000 Quinta do Pégo’s first vintage is Vintage 2000, which is delivered with the text “Quinta do Pégo Virgin Vintage 2000” printed on the cork. In every case lies a beautiful reproduction of the Quinta, which has been painted by the famous English painter, John O’Connor.


Porto Vintage 2003
Porto Vintage 2003 This port has been produced by Rozès’ Wine Maker Manuel Henrique and consultant Wouter Pienaar. The grapes for the port come from the old vines, which were on the Quinta's vineyards, when the present owners took over the Quinta.


Porto Vintage 2006
Porto Vintage 2006 This port has been produced by Rozès’ Wine Maker Manuel Henrique and consultant Wouter Pienaar. The grapes for the port (70% Touriga Nacional, 20% Touriga Franca and 10% Tinta Cão) come from the old vines, which were on the Quinta's vineyards, when the present owners took over the Quinta.


Porto Vintage 2007
Porto Vintage 2007 Vintage 2007 has already been praised to the skies of the international wine press and everybody consider vintage 2007 as an absolutely fantastic vintage - comparable to and certainly at the same level as the very best Vintages (1963 - 1977 - 1994).


Porto Vintage 2009
Porto Vintage 2009 Quinta do Pégo Vintage Port 2009 has been produced by Rozès’ winemaker Manuel Henrique and consultant Wouter Pienaar. It is a wonderful Vintage port of the finest quality.


Porto Vintage 2011
Porto Vintage 2011 This port has been produced by Rozès’ winemaker Manuel Henrique and consultant Wouter Pienaar. The grapes for the port (Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Sousão and Tinto Cão) come from the old vines, which were on the quinta's vineyards, when the present owner took over the quinta.


Porto LBV 2005
Porto LBV 2005 Late Bottled Vintage is sold as a compromise between vintage port and barrel port. Late Bottled Vintage is a wine from a good year, which is stored in barrels. Instead of bottling the port after two years, you wait until the port is around 4-6 years. At Quinta do Pégo this special Late Bottled Vintage is made due to the fact that 2005 was an extremely good year with perfect weather conditions.


Porto LBV 2006
Porto LBV 2006 Late Bottled Vintage is sold as a compromise between vintage port and barrel port. Late Bottled Vintage is a wine from a good year, which is stored in barrels. Instead of bottling the port after two years, you wait until the port is around 4-6 years.


Porto LBV 2007
Porto LBV 2007 Quinta do Pégo Late Bottled Vintage 2007 is an elegant and extraordinary port with deep red colour, characterized by floral and chemical notes and ripe red fruits. In the mouth it has a very good structure, with silk tannins, showing a lovely and attractive style.


Porto LBV 2008
Porto LBV 2008 This is an elegant and extraordinairy port with deep rich ruby colour, big concentration of fruit, berry, raisin and almond flavours, which is also prominent in the mouth with a long, lingering finish. The wine has very good structure, with silk tannins, showing a lovely and attractive style. The taste is just as good as many vintage ports.


Porto LBV 2009
Porto LBV 2009 This is an elegant and extraordinairy port with deep rich ruby colour, big concentration of fruit, berry, raisin and almond flavours, which is also prominent in the mouth with a long, lingering finish. The wine has very good structure, with silk tannins, showing a lovely and attractive style. The taste is just as good as many vintage ports.


Porto Colheita 2003
Porto Colheita 2003 This Colheita port has been produced by Rozès’ winemaker Manuel Henrique and consultant Wouter Pienaar. The grapes for the port (Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz and Tinta Barroca) come from the old vines, which were on the quinta's vineyards, when the present owners took over the quinta.



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