Krohn Lágrima White, DOC Porto NV

£16.95 £18.95
  • Krohn Lágrima White, DOC Porto NV
  • Krohn Lágrima White, DOC Porto NV

Krohn Lágrima White, DOC Porto NV

£16.95 £18.95

AVAILABILITY: 30 in stock

Grape Codega, Verdelho, Rabigato, White Blend, Portuguese Other
Style Sweet, Fortified, Port, White Port, Honey, Fruit Forward, Fresh
Country Portugal
Region Porto
Volume 75cl
ABV 20%
Dietary None

 

Krohn Lágrima White, DOC Porto NV is an intense yet balanced sweet wine boasting notes of caramel, honey, and nut. The fresh acidity complements the sweetness and leads to a long and appealing finish, making it perfect for chilled aperitifs or fruity desserts. Having gone through the filtration process before bottling it can be enjoyed without decanting and should remain fresh, if refrigerated, for several weeks.

About the Producer

Wiese & Krohn was founded in 1865 by two Norwegians - Theodor Wiese and Dankert Krohn - shipping initially to Scandinavia and Germany. In the century and a half since its foundation, Krohn has built up an outstanding reputation. Long renowned for the quality of their sublime Colheitas (single vintage tawnies), they produce a remarkably complete range for a small house, and each wine excels in its category. Much of the secret lies in the high quality of their vineyards - the magical combination of terroir, locality, aspect, incline and low-yielding vines. Their Quinta do Retiro Novo estate in Sarzedinho, in the Rio Torto valley (where vinification takes place), is all A grade vineyard. Indeed Krohn only work with grapes from A-graded vineyards across all of their ports, and their top wines are still trodden by foot. Since 2013 Krohn has been part of the Fladgate Partnership - alongside Taylor's, Fonseca and Croft.

Vineyard and Winery

The grapes are grown on the schistous soils of the Douro region. Vinification is in closed fermentation tanks, which is interrupted through the addition of grape brandy to preserve a high degree of natural sweetness. The wine is then aged in wood in Wiese & Krohn's cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia.

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