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Product Description

Light tawny in colour, this port has intense aromas of dried fruits with hints of citrus fruits. Medium weight in the mouth, it is elegant and long on the finish.

  • Feature(s): Vegetarian
  • Winemaker: Fátima Ribas
  • Alcohol (ABV): 20 %
  • Residual sugar: 93 g/l
  • Grape Varieties:34% Touriga Nacional , 33% Tinta Roriz, 33% Touriga Franca
  • Region:Cima Corgo, Douro
  • Closure:Natural Cork

More Information

More Information
Package 375ml
Region Douro
Producer Quinta do Infantado
Strength ABV 19.5%
Origin Text

Quinta do Infantado has been owned by the Roseira family for well over a century and has long been known for ageing the wines and bottling them on the estate in Pinhão, rather in Vila Nova de Gaia. The name 'Infantado' derives from 'Infante' (the Portuguese for Prince) and it was the Portuguese royal family who first built the winery in 1816, as a place where they could collect taxes in the form of grapes and wine brought to them by the local growers. João Roseira, who did his first vintage at the estate at the age of six, now looks after the A class vineyards and oversees the winemaking along with Álvaro Roseira and consultant winemaker Luís Soares Duarte.

Delivery & Returns

We deliver to mainland UK only.

Local deliveries - 10mile radius of Newbury, are in house and usually next working day. 

Further afield, your order will be delivered by Parcelforce within two working days of being despatched by us. 

Order over £30.00? We'll send it free of charge.

For further information see our Delivery pages. 

Quinta do Infantado

Quinta do Infantado, 10-Year-Old Tawny Port

Product Origins

Quinta do Infantado has been owned by the Roseira family for well over a century and has long been known for ageing the wines and bottling them on the estate in Pinhão, rather in Vila Nova de Gaia. The name 'Infantado' derives from 'Infante' (the Portuguese for Prince) and it was the Portuguese royal family who first built the winery in 1816, as a place where they could collect taxes in the form of grapes and wine brought to them by the local growers. João Roseira, who did his first vintage at the estate at the age of six, now looks after the A class vineyards and oversees the winemaking along with Álvaro Roseira and consultant winemaker Luís Soares Duarte.