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While this style of Port generally does not improve with bottle aging, it is aged for 4-6 years in wood prior to release. The resulting wine features fresh fruit and is meant to be consumed while young.

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______ Ports are made from a single vineyard site and are made with grapes from the same vintage. These are produced in years that a vintage is not declared by the producers.

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These wines must be declared a single vintage year and have the potential to age for decades. They can be sourced from different Quintas and are typically released after 2 years.

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This kind of Port can be labeled with or without indication of the wine’s age. ____ that is labeled without an average age must be barrel aged for a minimum of 3 years, whereas ____ must be aged a minimum of 7 years.

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How long can you expect a Port to last after opening?

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Select the five main grapes used in white Port production:

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Select the five main grapes used in red and rosé Port production:

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______ Ports are made from grapes in the same vintage and aged for about 4-6 years in the barrel before bottling. These are ready to drink once they are bottled.

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_____ are a special tawny from a single harvest year that is typically released after 10 years.

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Who was the first producer of Rosé Port and when was it first released?

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Select the wine below that is a blend of wines that have a minimum 4 years of barrel age. They are unfiltered when bottled than cellared for 3 years. After considerable time, a sediment will form in the bottle.

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This style of Port is typically aged in inert vessels to avoid oxidation. The flavors that result from this style are the primary fruit flavors imposed by the grape. These wines are meant to be drunk while they’re young.

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Gabrielle earned a Level 2 certificate from the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET) and has continued her wine education by becoming a Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW) in 2020. In addition to writing for Wine365, she also provides creative contributions and research analytics.

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