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Barbeito Malvasia Single Cask 727 D E (500ml) 2001

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The 2001 Malvasia Single Cask 727 D+E is sourced from vineyards from Sao Jorge and was aged at the Afonso warehouse until 2008 and then at the new warehouse. It was bottled in September 2011. It has a thrilling, ebullient, walnut bouquet that leaps from the glass like a jack-in-the-box. The palate is supremely well-balanced and surfeit with personality: smoke, raisin, fig, walnut and then more walnuts sprinkled over the finish. This is turning into a sensational Malvasia that leans towards the more oxidative style. There are only 978 produced.
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