Kopke

Colheita Porto Port Blend

9.4204 ratings
9.461 pro ratings
Porto, Douro, Portugal
Port Blend
Blue Cheese, Chocolate & Caramel, Vanilla & Caramel, Salami & Prosciutto, Fruit & Berries, Baking Spices, Pungent Cheese, Fruit Desserts, Soft Cheese, Chocolate & Coffee
Top Notes For
Emily Kresie-Harrington

1966 vintage. Great length and complexity. Candied orange peel, burnt coffee, toffee, almonds, dried fig, dried apricot, cocoa butter, bitter white flowers. Shares characteristics of tawny and white Port. Quite an experience and am awesome cheese wine. Received as Christmas gift and finally enjoying for birthday weekend!

1966 vintage. Great length and complexity. Candied orange peel, burnt coffee, toffee, almonds, dried fig, dried apricot, cocoa butter, bitter white flowers. Shares characteristics of tawny and white Port. Quite an experience and am awesome cheese wine. Received as Christmas gift and finally enjoying for birthday weekend!

Jun 11th, 2018
Brad Hemmer

Delicious!

Delicious!

Oct 27th, 2017
Mark Cochard

Sommelier phillywine.com, Chaddsford Winery

9.4

at Texsom 1935

at Texsom 1935

Aug 14th, 2017
Joel Pennington #❤️🐢🍷

Owner/Winemaker Slow Turtle Vineyard

9.4

Perfect end to an amazing food adventure

Perfect end to an amazing food adventure

Jul 23rd, 2017
boyd pearson

It's not fair for me to rate wine like this because I can drink
it until I get sick. This wine is super delicious

It's not fair for me to rate wine like this because I can drink
it until I get sick. This wine is super delicious

3 people found it helpfulDec 14th, 2014
Fabien Lainé

Blogger VinDeling.com

9.8

A perfectly great Colheita, where is my cigar ? :) This Port 1964 is a high quality wine, from a single harvest. Aged in wood for a period exceeding seven years. Amber clear colour, it reveals a nose full of elegance and character, where the dried fruits are blending with the soft sensations of chocolate and coffee. In the mouth it is a seductive, velvety and very engaging wine. It presents an excellent acidity, good structure and a snatching finesse. Lingering and pleasant finish.

A perfectly great Colheita, where is my cigar ? :) This Port 1964 is a high quality wine, from a single harvest. Aged in wood for a period exceeding seven years. Amber clear colour, it reveals a nose full of elegance and character, where the dried fruits are blending with the soft sensations of chocolate and coffee. In the mouth it is a seductive, velvety and very engaging wine. It presents an excellent acidity, good structure and a snatching finesse. Lingering and pleasant finish.

1 person found it helpfulJul 7th, 2014
Beau Carufel

Winemaker/Owner Random Wine Company

9.4

So good!!

So good!!

1 person found it helpfulMar 24th, 2014
Tom Kobylarz

One of the top Colheita tawny Port of the trip, a beautiful 1981 from @kopkeporto was salty, nutty, roasted orange peels, a touch of molasses and maple cream, fantastic.

One of the top Colheita tawny Port of the trip, a beautiful 1981 from @kopkeporto was salty, nutty, roasted orange peels, a touch of molasses and maple cream, fantastic.

Mar 10th, 2017
Fabien Lainé

Blogger VinDeling.com

9.8

Bright acidity, such freshness and beauty - I will never stop loving all this wonderful Colheitas from Kopke

Bright acidity, such freshness and beauty - I will never stop loving all this wonderful Colheitas from Kopke

Oct 24th, 2015
Jörgen Lindström Carlvik

Owner, Brix Wine Consultants

9.1

Widely regarded as one of the worst vintages ever across Europe, there has to be at least one exception, right? Yes, and this is it!

Widely regarded as one of the worst vintages ever across Europe, there has to be at least one exception, right? Yes, and this is it!

Sep 24th, 2015