The Amorim family’s fortune had its beginnings among the rambling port lodges that line the hillsides above the Douro River in Porto, but the family did not amass its wealth by making Portugal’s f
Due to its richness, layers of luscious and complementary flavors, and impeccable balance, this sweet Tuscan dessert wine has been declared by some the Chateau d’Yquem of Italy.
Tasting notes: Shows bright prune and dried apricot with luscious sweetness, racy acidity, and incredible length. Luxurious texture with amazing depth and unbelievable intensity.
Tasting notes: Amber in color, filled with the flavors of rich honey and creamy vanilla.
Tasting notes: Ripe, dense, creamy, toasty, and amazingly supple, this vintage will only improve with age.