The founder of this house, Alcino Correa Ribeiro, was son of an old established and respected port wine shipper but in 1957 the company was changed to C. da Silva and in 2007 it was bought by Gran Cruz making a part of Martiniquaise.
|Corréa Ribeiro Vintages:||1897*, 1982, 1983|
|Colour||Yellow, mature, amber in colour.||Number of tastings||1|
|Bouquet||Crème caramel, toffee, butterscotch, old grocery shop, cacao and roasted coffee in the nose.||Score range||16.90 - 16.90|
|Taste||Medium body. Mature both still with soft tannin and will be better. Balanced and very complex port with crème caramel. Toffee, cacao and much more in taste. Lovely and long finish. An extraordinary port for this vintage and an astonishing experience.||Average score|
|Last tasted||6th August 2016||Point this date||16.90|
|Comment||At home with the family||Tasters||SAI, JB, SS|