30 Year Old Tawny Port

30 Year Old Tawny Port

4.6/5 Vivino Rating

Grapes: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca & Touriga Franca
Alcohol: 20% abv
Type: Sweet Fortified Red
Vintage: N.V.
Format: 75cl
Sub-Region: Duoro Superior
Region: Região Demarcada do Douro
Country: Portugal





Produced from red grapes varieties of Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca and Touriga Franca. Resulted from the allotement of top quality port wine aged in casks with an average age of 30 years. Tawny wine with an intense and complex aromas with notes of honey, caramel, tobacco leaf and nut. Full bodied, dense, harmonious acidity with a long and persistent end. Digestive, goes with sweets, chocolates and nuts, and a cuban cigar as well.


The Douro wine region, also known as the Douro Valley, is one of the most renowned wine-producing regions in Portugal. It is also the oldest demarcated wine region in the world. It was created in 1756, in the reign of Joseph I, by his prime minister, Marquis of Pombal. This means it was the first wine region in the world to have its own regulation to protect its designation of origin. It is located in the northern part of the country and follows the course of the Douro River, which flows from the eastern border with Spain to the city of Porto on the Atlantic coast.

Port Wine

The Douro Valley is famous for producing Port wine, a fortified wine with higher alcohol content. Port wine is made by adding grape spirits (aguardente) during fermentation, which stops the process and leaves residual sugars in the wine, resulting in a sweet and rich flavor. The town of Vila Nova de Gaia, near Porto, is where many Port wine cellars and aging warehouses are located.

Climate & Terroir

The Douro Valley boasts a unique terroir with steep hillsides, rugged terrain, and schist soils. The region’s elevation and exposure to the sun provide excellent conditions for grape cultivation, particularly the Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz (Tempranillo), and Tinta Barroca grape varieties, among others, which are used for producing Port wine.

Serve at a temperature between 14ºC-16ºC to accompany rich and strong cheeses or desserts.