Quinta do Noval Noval Black in Gift Box - Stone Gate Wine & Spirits

Quinta do Noval Noval Black in Gift Box

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Quinta do Noval Noval Black in Gift Box


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"Intensely concentrated grapes, deep in color, and bursting with juicy red fruit and sweet spice, give this port a truly seductive personality. Enjoy before dinner, as an treat with dark chocolate, or as an edge for cocktails."

-Winemaker's Notes


Category Port
Region Portugal, Douro
Brand Quinta do Noval
Alcohol/vol 19.5%
  • wa90

Wine AdvocateThe NV Black Ruby Reserve Porto is mostly Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca and Tinto Cão aged in an equal mixture of oak and stainless steel. It comes in with 100 grams of residual sugar per liter. This has many fine attributes, but the most important is that it seems very much like Noval. Laced with an invigorating eucalyptus/cistus aromatic, it is always elegant in the mid-palate yet somehow still solid, something I find Noval does very well. It was one of the relatively few in this report that actually seemed better two days later (and most of the others were unfiltered). There is plenty of finesse and lift to the fruit. It is pointed, ripe and chock full of flavor while still showing off some power and structure. This was, in fact, a bit tight on opening. One of the more distinctive Reserves (in part, thanks to the aromatics), this is very well done at a good price point. It became one of my favorites. It is lovely and exceeds expectations, so I'm leaning up on this a bit. It should still be drunk young, as it won't reward aging.

Mark Squires, January 2019
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Wine SpectatorA juicy, fruity style, offering good cut to the dark plum and cocoa powder flavors. Features chocolate-covered raisin notes that emerge on the finish. Drink now.

Kim Marcus, November 2015
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Wine EnthusiastA reserve style of Port, with a fine perfumed character, with damson skins and stalky black berries. The style is soft, not noticeably sweet, with a definite dry center. It suffers from a bitter sweetness.

Roger Voss, August 2010